Can impact classification create better accountability?
Impact Investing is a journey. Understanding where you are and where you want to go requires consistent Impact Classification and data.
Many asset owners are not quite ready to define how to engage with the field and thereby underestimate their role in creating the demand for better data and transparency. Claudia Coppenolle from IMP + ACT Alliance will use impact classification examples to demonstrate better accountability between asset owners, asset managers, and advisors.
Topics for discussion:
1) Demand more information about how their managers integrate IMM in the investment process.
2) Ask for more cohesive validation and verification.
3) Bring confidence and transparency between asset owners, asset managers, and advisors.
are very honored to invite Claudia Coppenolle, Co-Founder & CEO at IMP+ACT Alliance / Impact Classification System (ICS) / Banking Intrapreneur turned Entrepreneur / Sustainable Investing Advisor. Join SoPact and IMP+ACT Alliance for an insightful conversation!
Time: 9:00 AM PST / 12:00 PM EDT
Speaker: Kat Taylor
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Kat Taylor works in service of restoring social justice and environmental well-being to build a more equitable and inclusive world. Kat is active in a variety of social enterprises and philanthropic ventures focused on deep systems change. Currently, she serves as Co-Founder and Board Chair of Beneficial State Bank, a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and certified B Corporation whose mission is to bring beneficial banking to low-income communities in an economically and environmentally sustainable manner – and to change the banking system for good.
Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EDT
The Social Innovation Summit is an annual event that represents a global convening of black swans and wayward thinkers. Where most bring together luminaries to explore the next big idea, we bring together those hungry not just to talk about the next big thing, but to build it.
Social Innovation Summit has always prided ourselves on being a community of people who are motivated to take action. In this time of crisis, our network can rise to the occasion and we can serve as the virtual convening place where the most important conversations take place for vital partnerships to be quickly developed and quickly engaged.
Innovation. Diversity. Impact. Growth.
The Economist’s Sustainability Week US convenes industry leaders, sustainability professionals, investors, policymakers and academics for robust debate and dialogue.
Following the change in administration in the US, this event examines how climate-related policy and regulatory change will impact US business and society. In addition to climate-related initiatives, businesses can showcase how they are helping to solve inequalities around gender, race and opportunity. Through case studies, interviews and discussions The Economist’s Sustainability Week provides actionable insights and solutions to help businesses navigate their sustainability journeys.
They start the week on Day 1 looking at how we can unlock investment and measure ESG performance, Day 2 is about emissions and the race to net zero. On Day 3 they tackle the growing area of circular economy and biodiversity, finally on Day 4 The Economist’s Sustainability Week will delve deep into social sustainability to understand how we should address gender, economic and racial inequality.
Who should attend?
- Senior sustainability and CSR professionals from all industries
- Business leaders and executives (managers, directors, c-suite) from all industries
- Impact investors / responsible investors
- ESG reporting agencies
- Charities and organisations with an interest in sustainability issues
- Sustainability and climate academics e.g. researchers and professors
- Relevant government bodies, departments and policymakers
Find out more about the previous virtual event in their sustainability event series here.