mallowstreet Sustainability Indaba 2024

Important

Delegates are expected to attend the full event. We do understand that this is a time commitment in diaries. Please do let us know if you need to step away for a call/meeting.

The mallowstreet Sustainability Indaba* returns for 2024. Join us for a full day of immersive learning, intimate masterclass sessions, and insights from expert keynote speakers who are leading the way in sustainable finance. As pension funds look to align their strategies with a greener, more sustainable future.


Over the course of the day, we will hear from five renowned asset managers, in a series of intimate Investment Masterclass sessions, immersing ourselves in focused learning. Renowned experts will guide you through the intricacies of sustainable investment strategies, impact measurement, ESG integration, and more.


During keynotes and panel discussions we will gain insights from industry pioneers who have successfully integrated sustainability into their investment approaches. Learning how to navigate the evolving landscape of sustainable finance and harness its potential for pension funds. Whilst forging connections with fellow pension professionals, ESG experts, and sustainable investment practitioners that will enable you to collaborate, share ideas, and drive positive change within your pension fund.

 

This event is FREE to attend for investment decision makers and their advisers.

 

*An Indaba (pronounced in-dar-bah) is an important conference held by the izinDuna (principal people) of the Zulu or Xhosa people. The term comes from a Zulu language word meaning "business" or "matter".



At mallowstreet we adhere to a principles-based approach to ensure a meaningful and respectful experience for all attendees. We believe that upholding these principles will contribute to a thriving and inclusive professional environment. Please review our Code of Conduct here: Code of Conduct

Speakers

Program

  1. Registration & Breakfast

  2. Welcome Address

    Dawid provides an overview of the conference, speakers, and key themes for the Indaba.

    Speaker

    Dawid Konotey-Ahulu, Co-founder of mallowstreet

  3. Transition Plans in Action

    Investors are increasingly realising the importance of investing in hard-to-abate sectors, in order to drive the transition in the real economy. This does, however, expose them to different kinds of risk. Will the transition plans of these businesses pan out as expected? How are businesses in the hard-to-abate sectors developing their transformation strategies and what are the key questions for investors to ask when assessing these plans?

    Speaker

    Marian D’Auria, Global Head of Risk & Sustainability, GFG Alliance

  4. Session Transition

  5. Investment Masterclass I

    Delegates split into five Investment Masterclass sessions over the course of the Indaba.

  6. Tea, Coffee, and Networking

  7. Investment Masterclass II

    Delegates split into five Investment Masterclass sessions over the course of the Indaba.

  8. Session Transition

  9. A Fireside Chat with Anastasia Guha

    Join us for a fireside discussion with Anastasia Guha, one of Redington's managing directors, responsible for leading the firm's Sustainable Investment initiatives. During this session, we will explore her perspectives on market opportunities and how investors can access global markets to fulfil their climate aspirations.

    Speaker

    Anastasia Guha, Global Head of Sustainable Investment, Redington

  10. Session Transition

  11. Investment Masterclass III

    Delegates split into five Investment Masterclass sessions over the course of the Indaba.

  12. Lunch and Networking

  13. Responsible Investment Panel Discussion and Q&A

    Full synopsis to follow.

  14. Session Transition

  15. Investment Masterclass IV

    Delegates split into five Investment Masterclass sessions over the course of the Indaba.

  16. Tea, Coffee, and Networking

  17. Investment Masterclass V

    Delegates split into five Investment Masterclass sessions over the course of the Indaba.

  18. Session Transition

  19. How Pension Schemes can Combat Deforestation

    Continued efforts to address climate change have evolved with a more recent focus on nature's plight. Navigating emerging guidance for investors with limited resources can make it difficult to find a tangible starting point for addressing nature loss. How can taking action against deforestation be a gateway? 

    Speaker

    Fiona Smith, Head of Responsible Investment, Smart Pension

  20. Closing Remarks

    Speaker

    Dawid Konotey-Ahulu, Co-founder of mallowstreet

  21. Drinks and Networking

  22. End