Now in its 2nd year, the AVPN India Summit aims to deepen engagement with diverse ecosystem of stakeholders by providing a vibrant and resilient platform for knowledge sharing, collaboration and advocacy.
Themed “Facing the Future Together”, the one-day Summit will feature a spectrum of collaborative and outcome-focused approaches to social investing – from philanthropy to impact investing to corporate CSR, covering targeted impact areas including education, livelihoods, health and nutrition, and climate change.
Massive gaps in income can destabilise the financial and social systems within which investors operate, and this can translate into risks that could affect long-term investment performance.
The PRI funded research by The Investment Integration Project (TIIP) which examined Why and how investors can respond to income inequality. The PRI is hosting a series of webinars to explore how this practical guide can help institutional investors integrate income inequality considerations into investment policies and practices. The webinars will also serve as an opportunity for investors to engage with the authors of the report.
The guide addresses three themes:
- Employee relations and the structure of labour markets
- Corporate tax policies and practices
- Levels of CEO compensation
For each of these themes, the report explores approaches investors can take to positively and effectively influence key current system-level frameworks, and address concerns material to their long-term financial interests and performance.