On November 4, the School of Law at the University of Glasgow held ‘Finance, Governance and Sustainability’, partnered with Impact Investing Institute.
This event had over 100 in-person and online attendees.
Two panel discussions focused on two issues that are central to the development of green finance and sustainability in the UK and globally: green bonds and fiduciary duty. A number of high-profile speakers discussed their relationship withsustainable investment.
The event brought together voices with a policy, investment and academic background, including:
Sarah Gordon, Chief Executive, Impact Investing Institute
Catherine Howarth – Chief Executive, ShareAction
Ida Levine – Board Member and Lead Expert, Impact Investing Institute / Principal, Two Rivers Associates
Iain MacNeil – Professor of Commercial Law, University of Glasgow
Nick Robins – Professor in Practice for Sustainable Finance, LSE’s Grantham Re-search Institute
Rishi Madlani, Head of Climate and Sustainable Finance, NatWest Group
Lord Karan Bilimoria, President, CBI
David Rouch – Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
The discussions also laid the foundations for future collaborations exploring the future of fiduciary duties.
For a recording of the event, please click