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Where ESG Fails | Investing in Shared Value Webinar

The Shared Value Project together with Shared Value Project Hong Kong invites you to join us for a webinar exploring the link between investment performance and social impact, as outlined in the recently published opinion piece in Institutional Investor, “Where ESG Fails”, by Michael Porter, George Serafeim and Mark Kramer.

  • March 26, 2020
  • Online

The pre-recorded discussion features Professor Porter and Mark Kramer as well as Institutional Investor’s Deputy Editor, Leanna Orr for a conversation about why this work is timely and important; the key insights and takeaways from the research; and how companies can activate the learnings to advance conversations with investors.

Professor Porter will share what he is hearing from CEOs, corporate boards and investors in response to the article and why he thinks this why he thinks this topic is so important in today’s business environment. Mark and Leanna will take a deeper dive to examine the difference between ESG as a “product” and shared value as a practice; explore how a new generation of investors with different perspectives can shift the conversation; and finally, share some thoughts about we can change the language and practices to better engage investors and financial colleagues within the business to develop better strategies.

Following the webinar, there will be a live Q&A with Mark Kramer.

When: 1pm, Thursday 26 March (Melbourne), 10am Thursday 26 March (Hong Kong)
Where: Online. Link to be sent to registered participants.

Register your details below and you will be sent a link with the webinar details.

Where ESG Fails Webinar