Overview

's Sustainable Business Summits bring together C-suite executives, influential investors, and innovative thought leaders to discuss how companies are using sustainability as a driver of business value. The summits leverage ’s unrivaled business and markets expertise to convene conversations on the risks and opportunities around sustainability for corporate executives and innovative investors.

In 2018, ’s second annual Sustainable Business Summit: London will explore critical issues, including:

  • How companies are integrating the SDG’s in ways that drive revenue growth and profitability
  • Best practices for implementing the TCFD’s recommendations
  • Specific ways corporations are integrating sustainability across the supply chain
  • How European city leaders and investors are partnering to implement sustainable solutions at the local level

 


    Dates:
    7 November
    14:00 – 18:00
    Networking reception to follow. 
    8 November
    9:00 – 13:00

    Location:
    L.P.
    3 Queen Victoria Street
    London EC4N 4TQ, UK


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    Agenda

    Wednesday, 7 November 2018

     

    14:00     Opening Remarks 

    • Lee Ballin, Head of Sustainable Business Programs, L.P.

    14:10     Sustainability + Investor Relations = A Powerful Combination 

    Building a connection between a company’s sustainability and investor relations teams is a critical step in allowing companies and their investors to make decisions that drive value and improve sustainability outcomes. Corporate leaders who have worked to build a sustainability/investor relations partnership discuss the benefits and challenges they have experienced.

    • Amit Puri, Global Head, Environmental & Social Risk Management, Standard Chartered
    • Mark Stride, Global Head, Investor Relations, Standard Chartered

    Moderated by: Emily Chasan, Sustainable Finance Editor, News

    14:35       Investing in Nature

    Funding beyond traditional philanthropy has become increasingly critical in scaling up conservation efforts. The Nature Conservancy shares how they are unlocking and mobilizing private sector capital. What are the opportunities, risks and rewards for investors and how are they proving that protecting nature is a good investment?

    • Peter Wheeler, Executive Vice President, The Nature Conservancy

    14:50     Financing the SDGs

    The financial markets play a critical role in the world’s ability to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Currently, $1.4 trillion is invested annually in projects related to the achievement of the SDGs, leaving a gap of $2.5 trillion between current investments and estimates for what is needed to achieve the goals. From green bonds to climate bonds to social impact bonds, we examine the mechanisms financing the goals and how investors are monitoring and evaluating them. 

    • Mike Amey, Head of Sterling Portfolio Management and ESG Strategies, PIMCO
    • Jose Minaya, Chief Investment Officer and President, Global Investments, Nuveen
    • Meryam Omi, Head of Sustainability and Responsible Investment Strategy, Legal and General

    Moderated by: Lauren Kiel, Director, Sustainable Business Summits

    15:20     Understanding SASB: Introducing the Standards to Europe 

    What is SASB? The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board will share an overview of how they work with businesses and investors to identify financially material sustainability topics and how SASB standards can add value to European businesses and investors.

    • Janine Guillot, Director of Capital Markets Policy and Outreach, SASB Sustainability Accounting Standards Board

    15:30     Unlocking the Benefits of Scenario Analysis

    The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures’ (TCFD) has created a framework for more effective climate-related reporting, promoting informed investment decisions. In this session, executives will share how they are implementing recommendations and how the disclosures have informed investment strategies.

    • Charles Gooderham, Partner, ERM

    Moderated by: Arlene McCarthy, Special Advisor to the Chairman, L.P. 

    16:00     Break

    16:30     Sustainability Survey Results Presentation

    • Tom Miller, Global Strategy Lead, Next 

    16:40     Keynote Interview

    • Emma Howard Boyd, Chair, Environment Agency, Government of the United Kingdom

    17:00     Pensions Driving Change

    Pension funds across Europe are at the forefront of responsible investing, helping to drive change. In this session the Church of England Pensions Board and Anglo American share how they have worked together to incorporate ESG elements into their corporate reporting and track financial trends in the mining industry, achieving both financial and ethical returns.

    • Froydis Cameron, Group Head of International and Government Relations at Anglo American
    • Adam Matthews, Founder and Co-Chair, Transition Pathway Initiative and Director of Ethics & Engagement,Church of England Pensions Board

    17:25     Green Muni Bonds: Financing Local Solutions

    With more than half of the world's population living in cities, urban centers are the laboratories where new sustainable solutions can tackle their first real-world tests. City leaders and investors share how they are working together to implement sustainable solutions in cities worldwide.  

    17:55     Closing Remarks

    • Lee Ballin, Head of Sustainable Business Programs, L.P.

    18:00     Networking Reception  

     

    Thursday, 8 November 2018

     

    9:00     Opening Remarks

    • Lee Ballin, Head of Sustainable Business Programs, L.P.

    9:10     UN Delivers Goals, Business Delivers Success

    In 2015 the United Nations adopted the most ambitious set of goals in its history: the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For the achievement of these goals to be a possibility, the business community must step up to the challenge. Former Ikea CSO Steve Howard shares his insights on how to develop sustainable business models that prioritize integrating the SDG's and how to respond to the challenges faced along the way. 

    • Steve Howard, Co-Chair, We Mean Business Coalition

    9:20     Integrating the SDGs into your Business Model

    Top corporate executives share their experiences embedding the SDG's into their corporate strategies in ways that make a unique contribution to achieving these goals. 

    • Ezgi Barcenas, Global Vice President, Sustainability, AB InBev
    • Steve Howard, Co-Chair, We Mean Business Coalition
    • Caroline Laury, Head of Sustainability, Kingfisher

    Moderated by: James Gomme, Director, Sustainable Development Goals, WBCSD

    9:50     Creating a Sustainable Supply Chain

    A business is only as sustainable as its supply chain—downstream, upstream and post-consumer. Heads of supply chains from leading businesses discuss how they enforce supplier requirements to assess the lifecycle of products and commit to downstream recycling and, if necessary, non-impactful disposal.

    • David Cutter, President, Global Supply and Procurement, Diageo
    • James Nicolson, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Trafigura

    10:10     SDG Spotlight: How Diversity Sparks Innovation

    With the fight for gender equality reaching a fever pitch in the U.K. and beyond, companies are prioritizing diversity more than ever. But can diversity be more than something to comply with? Can it be a real competitive advantage?

    • Rocio Lorenzo, Partner & Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group

    10:25     SDG Spotlight: Advancing Net Zero

    Advancing Net Zero is the World Green Building Council's global project which aims to promote and support the acceleration of net zero carbon buildings to 100% by 2050. WorldGBC's CEO Terri Wills and their top corporate partners share how they are working to accomplish this ambitious goal, the important role that corporations play, and the benefits they can reap today and in the future. 

    • Richard Batten, Global Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer, JLL
    • Terri Wills, Chief Executive Officer, World Green Building Council

    10:45     Break

    11:15     Driving Impact Beyond Business

    What does it mean to be a leader in corporate sustainability? While many companies commit to making positive impacts on the world around them, the true pioneers build their business models around it. How do these companies drive their sustainable operations to new heights and influence change outside of their own four walls?

    • Dan Domeracki, Vice President, Government and Industry Relations, Schlumberger Limited
    • Andrew McConville, Global Head of External Affairs and Communications, Syngenta

    Moderated by: Lauren Kiel, Director, Sustainable Business Summits

    11:45     Designing a Circular Economy

    Building strong partnerships is crucial to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Top executives from Burberry, H&M and Ellen MacArthur Foundation discuss their new Make Fashion Circular collaboration and how they are working together to transition to a circular textiles economy. 

    • Pam Batty, Vice President Corporate Responsibility, Burberry
    • Cecilia Brännsten, Environmental Sustainability Manager, H&M
    • Francois Souchet, Lead, Make Fashion Circular, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

    12:15     Building a Sustainable Brand

    Building a credible brand starts with laying a strong foundation. Co-founders of online ethical fashion retailer Maison de Mode share their experiences of building a brand based on sustainability. 

    • Amanda Hearst, Co-Founder, Maison-de-Mode
    • Hassan Pierre, Co-Founder, Maison-de-Mode

    12:35     SDG Spotlight: Food Waste

    Food waste is a global challenge, with one third of all food produced globally ending either in food loss or food waste. What can be done to fix it?

    •  Tristram Stuart, Founder, Feedback

    12:55     Closing Remarks

    • Lee Ballin, Head of Sustainable Business Programs, L.P.

    13:00     Event Concludes

    Speakers

    • Mike Amey
      Mike Amey, Head of Sterling Portfolio Management and ESG Strategies, PIMCO

    • Batty
      Pam Batty, Vice President Corporate Responsibility, Burberry

      Pam Batty is the Vice President of Corporate Responsibility at Burberry, a global luxury brand with a distinctive British identity. Pam joined Burberry in 2012 and has 20 years of experience in corporate responsibility. This includes serving on the board of the Ethical Trading Initiative for 6 years, a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers' rights around the globe.

      While at Burberry, Pam has built a global team of sustainability specialists focused on Burberry’s own operations and supply chain, ensuring responsible and sustainable business management. Last year, Burberry launched a new five-year responsibility strategy for both its corporate and philanthropic activities. The new strategy is designed to drive positive change and build a more sustainable future with goals for 2022 that sit across Burberry’s entire footprint. Burberry is a principle partner of the Living Wage Foundation, and Pam sits on the Foundation’s Advisory Council.

      Burberry is a core partner of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Make Fashion Circular initiative, championing the conversation about circularity through collaboration and innovation with industry partners.

    • David Cutter
      David Cutter, President, Global Supply and Procurement, Diageo

    • Gooderham
      Charles Gooderham, Partner, ERM

      Charles is a Partner at ERM focused on the provision of environmental and social (‘E&S’) advisory and due diligence services to the Financial Services sector.  He leads strategy and implementation programmes associated with TCFD’s recommendations, due diligence and advisory projects in the evolving sustainable finance market and M&A due diligence for financial investors.

      He has over 25 years’ E&S banking and consulting experience.  Charles has held a number of roles over the last five years associated with E&S and reputational risk management within investment banking sector, with Credit Suisse and JP Morgan. Prior to this, he was in management consulting as a Director in Deloitte’s Sustainability Services function and, prior to that, with Arthur Anderson.

      Over recent years, Charles has served on the Equator Principles Steering Committee and a Climate Bonds Initiative Industry Working Group.

    • Steve Howard
      Steve Howard, Co-Chair, We Mean Business Coalition

    • Caroline Laurie
      Caroline Laury, Head of Sustainability, Kingfisher

      A CIMA qualified accountant, Caroline joined Kingfisher 10 years ago as a buyer before being promoted to category manager, in this role she was instrumental in the decision to remove all gas patio heaters from B&Q UK. In 2012 she was asked to join the company’s new energy saving proposition as a business development manager – designed to help customers reduce their home’s energy use through intelligent product developments and installed solutions. It was then a natural step for Caroline into her current role as Head of Sustainability at Kingfisher where she is responsible for helping turn the restorative Net Positive vision into practical action. Caroline has a passion for sailing and in her spare time you’ll often find her cruising and racing on the Solent.

    • McConville
      Andrew McConville, Global Head of External Affairs and Communications, Syngenta

      Andrew McConville is the Global Head of External Affairs and Communications for Syngenta, one of the world’s largest agricultural technology companies with 28,000 employees across 90 countries. Syngenta is committed to helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources, rescuing land from degradation, enhancing biodiversity and revitalizing rural communities.

      As Head of External Affairs and Communication, Andrew leads a team across the world responsible for public affairs and public policy, developing effective NGO policy partnerships, driving media relations through traditional and new media channels, building the corporate brand through thought leadership, events and stakeholder outreach and protecting the company’s reputation through effective issues and crisis management. Prior to his current role, for more than a decade Andrew held senior regional roles in Syngenta as Head of Corporate Affairs for Europe, Africa and the Middle East and as Head of Corporate Affairs for the Asia Pacific Region.

      In April 2016 he was described by Britain’s ‘The Guardian’ as one of sustainable agriculture’s ‘people to follow globally’ on Twitter @sententia_ag and with his regular blog post www.agrimatters.org

      Andrew holds a first class honours degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of New England and a Master of Science in Agricultural Economics from Oxford University.  

    • Omi
      Meryam Omi, Head of Sustainability and Responsible Investment Strategy, Legal and General

      Meryam is responsible for engaging on sustainability themes globally and development of responsible investment product solutions. She leads on the project to integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects into the fundamental research of mainstream funds and to carry out sector/theme specific engagements on key sustainability topics, such as climate change, water and corporate tax policy. Meryam has over 12 years of investment experience in asset management companies, starting her career as a business proposal writer for fixed income funds. She joined LGIM in 2008 to set up a business proposal team and project managed various marketing and sales initiatives across a wide range of products and capabilities. After completing an MSc in Environmental Decision Making, she joined the Corporate Governance team in 2010 to establish the engagement programme on environmental and social topics as LGIM signed up to the UN Principles of Responsible Investment and the UK Stewardship Code.

    • Souchet
      Francois Souchet, Lead, Make Fashion Circular, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

      The past three years have seen Francois work with the Foundation’s Global Partners such as Google and H&M to help drive circular economy innovation. Since 2018, Francois has led Make Fashion Circular, shaping the programme to be a truly disruptive force within the industry.
      Having studied in Paris and Melbourne, and worked around the globe, he now finds himself on the Isle of Wight driving this circular economy redesign for the fashion industry; an industry where clothes are made to be made again, from safe and renewable materials and worn for longer.

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      Peter Wheeler, Executive Vice President, The Nature Conservancy

      Peter Wheeler joined The Nature Conservancy (TNC) as a London-based Executive Vice President in September 2013. He has a long and distinguished career as an investment banker having served as Head of Wholesale Banking at EMEA and Americas for Standard Chartered and as a partner at Goldman Sachs, working initially in New York, then based in Hong Kong, where he established the firm's Investment Banking business for Asia outside of Japan. He was the firm’s first Chief Representative in Beijing.

      In his post-banking business life, Peter was a seed investor and Board member of Climate Change Capital until it was sold to Bunge in 2012. He is an active angel investor and sits on the Board of Rift Valley Corporation, a dynamic African agro-industrial enterprise which owns and operates a diversified portfolio of subsidiary companies across seven operating platforms in three countries in Eastern and Southern Africa.

      Peter is a co-founder and trustee of New Philanthropy Capital, a charity that works as a consultancy and think tank, dedicated to helping charities and funders achieve the greatest impact so the lives of the people they serve are improved. He is a Board member of Social Finance, a social enterprise dedicated to the transformation of the third sector’s capabilities by developing access to a range of innovative financing methods. He has recently served on the Board of the Young Foundation (as Chair) and Virgin Unite.

      Peter is also a conservation fellow of the Zoological Society of London.

    • Ballin
      Lee Ballin, Head of Sustainable Business Programs, L.P.

      Lee Ballin is the Head of Sustainable Business Programs at within the Global Sustainable Business and Finance group. Reporting to the Chairman's Office, the team aggressively integrates sustainability considerations into all operations and co-develops products and services for the Terminal and Media, enabling our clients to evaluate sustainability market risks and opportunities.

      Lee works closely with media teams at to help forward-thinking brands showcase their sustainability efforts to the financial and business communities through a wide range of Media opportunities. His communications team develops best-in-class employee engagement programs and 's ─ award winning ─ GRI-based Sustainability Report, published annually. He is a frequent panelist at sustainability conferences and events speaking on a wide range of topics.

      Lee is a Fellow within the Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Programs First Mover Fellowship. He holds a bachelor's degree in business logistics from Pennsylvania State University and a MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business with a focus on finance and sustainability. Finally, he is a faculty member at the NYU School of Professional Studies teaching a course on Corporate Social Responsibility and a member of multiple industry advisory boards.

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      Emma Howard Boyd, Chair, Environment Agency, Government of the United Kingdom

      Emma has spent her 25 year career working in financial services, initially in corporate finance, and then in fund management, specialising in sustainable investment and corporate governance. As Director of Stewardship at Jupiter Asset Management until July 2014, Emma was integral to the development of their reputation in the corporate governance and sustainability fields.

      Emma is currently Chair of the Environment Agency and serves on various boards and advisory committees including, Green Finance Taskforce (Member), ShareAction (Chair of Trustees), Menhaden Capital PLC, the Aldersgate Group, the 30% Club and the Executive Board of The Prince’s Accounting for Sustainability Project.

    • Domeracki
      Dan Domeracki, Vice President, Government and Industry Relations, Schlumberger Limited

      Dan Domeracki is Vice President, Government, Industry and Corporate Stewardship for Schlumberger Limited.  In this position, Domeracki has expanded Schlumberger’s government affairs program, establishing non-lobbying, non-political, interactive working relationships with governments in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.  Domeracki also founded Schlumberger’s first fully integrated social and environmental corporate responsibility function, called Schlumberger Global Stewardship, which defines and manages the company’s global sustainability activities.  Before this role Domeracki served as Vice President, Global Accounts and Industry Affairs (NA) for Schlumberger where he was responsible for leading Schlumberger’s global account program and dedicated Global Account teams.  During 2008 – 2011, Domeracki was Global Account Director for ConocoPhillips managing the executive level corporate relationship between ConocoPhillips and Schlumberger.  From 2006 – 2008, Domeracki was based in London where he served as Vice President, Marketing & Technology for the Schlumberger Reservoir Management Group.

    • Amanda Hearst
      Amanda Hearst, Co-Founder, Maison-de-Mode

      Amanda Hearst is an activist and co-founder of the hybrid luxury ethical fashion retailer, MAISON-DE-MODE. The concept, born in 2012, fuses pop-up brick & mortar experiences alongside a seamless online boutique, specializing in unique ready-to-wear, fine jewelry, accessories and home goods. She is also the founder of Friends of Finn, a group dedicated to stopping the inhumane treatment of dogs in puppy mills as well as on the Advisory Board of NEST, a non-profit committed to the advancement of global artisans. Hearst is also a Contributing Editor at Town & Country magazine. 

      Amanda Hearst is an activist and co-founder of the hybrid luxury ethical fashion retailer, MAISON-DE-MODE. She is also the founder of Friends of Finn, a group dedicated to stopping the inhumane treatment of dogs in puppy mills as well as on the Advisory Board of NEST, a non-profit committed to the advancement of global artisans. Hearst previously worked as a market editor at Marie Claire and is currently Contributing Editor at Town & Country magazine.

    • Lauren Kiel_177x177
      Lauren Kiel, Director, Editorial Programming, Next

      Lauren Kiel leads the editorial and programming strategy for Next’s annual marquee conferences, including the Sustainable Business Summits. She previously managed editorial for Government events. Prior to joining , she was a producer at The Atlantic. Lauren holds a bachelor’s degree in History and Literature from Harvard College and a master’s degree in Issues in Modern Culture from University College London. 

       

    • Rocio Lorenzo
      Rocio Lorenzo, Partner & Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group

    • Minaya
      Jose Minaya, Chief Investment Officer and President, Global Investments, Nuveen

      Jose is accountable for setting and driving strategy across Nuveen’s investment affiliates.

      Jose previously served as president of TIAA Global Real Assets, where he was responsible for building businesses, including real estate, agriculture, timber, infrastructure, energy and alternative credit. Jose joined TIAA in 2004 and has more than 23 years of investment experience at firms including AIG, Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan.

      Jose serves on the board of the Robert Toigo Foundation, an organization that fosters career advancement and increased leadership of underrepresented talent. Jose co-chairs the TIAA Military/Veteran’s Employee Resource Group. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Manhattan College and a master’s degree in business from Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business.

    • Hassan Pierre
      Hassan Pierre, Co-Founder, Maison-de-Mode

      Hassan Pierre is an entrepreneur and co-founder of the hybrid luxury ethical fashion retailer, MAISON-DE-MODE. The concept, which began in 2012, fuses pop-up brick & mortar experiences alongside a seamless online boutique, specializing in unique ready-to-wear, fine jewelry, accessories and home goods. Pierre attended the prestigious, Parsons School of Design where he studied Design & Management. After his inaugural year he launched the demi-couture label, Way It Should Be, which specialized in vintage couture fabrics and supported manufacturing in the United States.  He has extended his experience and voice to numerous panel discussions including the 2015 NGO Conference at the United Nations, was a judge for the Denim Challenge at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit in 2016, has participated in numerous CFDA discussions and spoke at SXSW in March 2018. Pierre also sits on the Advisory Board for the 2018 CFDA + Lexus Fashion* Initiative 2.0.

    • Stuart
      Tristram Stuart, Founder, Feedback

      Tristram Stuart is an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food. His style of engagement is deeply human, positive and energising. He has the ability to convey ideas in ways that inspire people to follow them.

      His books, The Bloodless Revolution: a cultural history of vegetarianism from 1600 to the present (2006) and Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal (2009), have been described as "a genuinely revelatory contribution to the history of human ideas” (The Times) and have been translated into several languages.   His TED talk (2012) has been watched over 1.5 million times.

      Tristram started publicly campaigning on food waste as a lone pioneer in 2002. He has been a principal protagonist in building the global movement that has mobilised hundreds of organisations, millions of individuals, achieved mass behaviour change, obtained commitments from the world’s biggest food companies and governments, and a Sustainable Development Goal (12.3) to halve food waste by 2030. Tristram is an official UN Champion of this Global Goal.

      The environmental organisation he founded in 2009, Feedback (www.feedbackglobal.org), 
      plays a pivotal role in catalysing and leading the global food waste movement.  It advocates for a better food system; one that is circular, low-input and stable.  Feedback has driven changes in supermarket policies and international legislation and consistently punches way above its weight at the highest level globally. Its campaigns and events include Feeding the 5000, the Pig Idea and the Gleaning Network (UK/EU).

    • Terri Willis
      Terri Wills, Chief Executive Officer, World Green Building Council

    Location

    L.P.
    3 Queen Victoria Street
    London EC4N 4TQ, UK

    Sponsors

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    Syngenta is a leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources. Through world class science and innovative crop solutions, our 28,000 people in over 90 countries are working to transform how crops are grown. We are committed to rescuing land from degradation, enhancing biodiversity and revitalizing rural communities.

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    ERM
    ERM (Environmental Resources Management) is the world’s largest sustainability-focused advisory firm. With more than 4,500 industry-renowned experts in 160 offices in over 40 countries, we work with the world’s leading organizations to deliver business value through identifying and managing sustainability related business risk and opportunity.

    We play a central role in helping companies and investors achieve their objectives with an understanding of how environmental, social, health, safety and risk issues might impact their business, and the context in which they operate. We continue to build our contribution to the global dialogue on sustainability through sharing insights from our experiences and providing practical, technology enabled solutions.

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    Nuveen

    Nuveen, the investment manager of TIAA, offers a comprehensive range of outcome-focused investment solutions designed to secure the long-term financial goals of institutional and individual investors. Nuveen has $970 billion in assets under management as of 12/31/17 and operations in 16 countries. Its affiliates offer deep expertise across a comprehensive range of traditional and alternative investments through a wide array of vehicles and customized strategies. For more information, please visit .

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