Global Sustain Group, organizes a Masterclass Workshop on: “ESG Investments & Integration. From Nice to Mainstream. Why & how considering ESG Metrics can benefit corporate and fund strategy? Latest market trends”. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 25, at EarlyBird Berlin, Germany*.
Highlights of a new ESG & Impact Investing Market & Benchmark Analysis Study with interesting facts, figures, data, metrics from market and companies on topic released recently by Global Sustain will be presented exclusively for first time to participants.
Gain insight into ESG vs. Mainstream Investing, Highlights of a recent ESG Investments Market & Benchmark Market Report Analysis conducted by Global Sustain. The Report includes market metrics, statistics, facts, figures and asset management firms profile benchmark analysis and will be presented exclusively for first time to workshop participants. You can find attached a teaser of the recent Global Sustain ESG Investing & Benchmark Market Report. In case of interest for the full version of the Report, please Global Sustain.
13:30 – 14:00 Registration, Warming up Networking
14:00 – 14:40 Welcome Remarks by Organizer
14:40 – 15:00 Training with Q&A: Yannis Salavopoulos, Managing Director, Global Sustain GmbH, Lecturer, SRH Berlin Int. Management University
15:00 – 16:00 Training with Q&A: Sören Stöber, Director Business Development ESG & Sustainability, Trucost (Part of S&P Dow Jones Indices, London)
16:45 – 17:15 Q&A & Sum up
17:15 -18:00 Networking
Workshop Cover Fee: Early Bird: 80 EUR, Late Bird: 80 EUR, Startups, NGOs, Freelance, Students: 40 EUR
Payment either online or per bank transfer to Global Sustain GmbH corporate account:
Limited seating. Reserve your place. Early registration is strongly recommended.
* EarlyBird Berlin, Markgrafenstr. 19A Axel Springer Passage / Building, 10969, Berlin, Germany
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