Forerunners in Sustainable Investments: What we can learn from Scandinavian Investors
Sustainable Investing is high on the agenda of most investors. Scandinavian investors - public, private and institutional - seem to lead the charge both in terms of relative volume and being early to commit to new products, be it general ESG strategies, green bonds or sustainable investments in emerging markets. Get first-hand insights and trends from our Head of responsAbility Nordics.
You will learn: - Why have the Nordics come so far in this field? - What can other countries and investors learn from the Nordics here, both in terms of successes and failures? - Can the Nordics stay in the lead or are others catching up?
Watch the webinar recording on our Youtube Channel
|14:00||Scandinavian insights and trends|
|14:28||Wrap-up and tips to get started|
Meet the Speakers
Head of responsAbility Nordics, responsAbility
Balder has 9 years experience in the financial sector and joined responsAbility 5 years ago, now heading up the Nordics office. Prior to responsAbility he was with DNB Bank, responsible for every aspect of the relationship with large foundations and international organizations. He worked and studied in 7 different countries across 4 continents. Balder is a firm believer in the mutual causality (not exclusivity) between financial growth and social impact.
Head of Wholesale, responsAbility
Samuel is the head of wholesale distribution at responsAbility overseeing the fund-distribution network. He is also a frequent keynote speaker on sustainable and impact investing topics. Prior to his time at responsAbility, he worked with an investment advisory in Peru and Chile matching investors with local private equity opportunities. Samuel holds a bachelor degree in business administration and is working on his masters in finance focusing on sustainable finance at the University of Zürich.