Following the success of this afternoon tea on 22 June, Tikehau Capital and Pensions for Purpose will be repeating the same event in July and September, to discuss how a focus on ‘impact investing’ in private debt, public fixed income, private equity and real assets can be applied successfully for pension scheme portfolios, to finance the sustainable development of companies and positively contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals.
As we shift to a sustainable future, a more inclusive society and a less carbon-intensive economy, how do impact investment strategies fit? Amidst a global pandemic radically transforming our economies and societies, impact investing is increasingly becoming a mainstream strategy for institutional investors, helping them to achieve their long-term funding ambitions whilst helping companies to meet their sustainability goals.
Each session is one hour with a brief introduction to Tikehau Capital by Simon Males, Executive Director. Karen Shackleton, Founder and Director of Pensions for Purpose will then set the scene for the discussion. We will hear from Pierre Abadie, Co-Head, Energy Transition and Laure Villepelet, Head of ESG at Tikehau Capital. The team will answer questions such as how does impact investing work in practice? How do you measure and report to clients on impact KPIs? How does an impact alignment mechanism work and how is all this integrated into the investment process? Also, what are the returns and risks for investors?
As usual, there will be ample time for questions and answers at the end of the presentations and we anticipate the usual lively discussion around the virtual table.
Please register below depending on which date you would like to attend. Tikehau Capital would like to send a small ‘afternoon tea’ gift prior to the event and you will have the opportunity to accept or decline this within the registration process.