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WBCSD Virtual Meeting - Sustainability & finance sector: mobilizing capital for a resilient world - Shared screen with speaker view
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Carlotta Manzoni
48:02
management consulting
Farber, Vanina’s iPhone
48:10
sustainable finance professor
Vanessa Otto-Mentz
48:13
Strategy
MariaPia
48:26
consulting
Carlotta Manzoni
48:31
willing to bring sustainability at core of our business transformation projects
Michael Whitley
48:54
independent director - angel investor
Eva Zabey
48:57
Business for Nature coalition! Hi everyone, miss you guys
Yuanita Intan Paramitasari
51:08
education
Helene
51:52
Corporate Controlling
Dada Bacudo
54:02
climate smart agriculture for governments
shook
59:15
Government Adviser
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Tushar.Agarwal
01:06:50
There is some disturbance in the sound quality.
Jaya Paras
01:07:15
I would have to concur. Sound is a bit off.
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01:15:29
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Kanako Morita
01:34:06
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Carmen Nuzzo
01:41:59
May i go after Alex
Rodney Irwin
01:43:55
why are investors not demanding better more timely, investor grade information?
Ana Schmidlin
01:46:26
ESG: I do agree that we are late on the “E” but what about the “G” of the equation. With Covid-19 “G” and also “S” should also come more to the scene.
Rodney Ndamba
01:50:58
Have investment advisors been effective in highlighting the broad risks associated an investment?
Rodney Irwin
02:03:44
https://www.unpri.org/events/webinar-esg-in-credit-risk-analysis-the-implications-of-covid-19-part-three/5677.article
Mike Tyrrell
02:03:56
Responding to Rodney (and to Jose Luis' implied question) - I think some investors are asking for timely, investor grade information … the key thing for companies to do is to distinguish those investors that are able / keen to ask these questions from those that are just asking for 'ESG' data because it's what they are supposed to do.