23 May 2022 – 10:30-11:30 BST – Joint Impact Investing Adopters Forum and Paris Alignment Forum online morning coffee with Artemis Investment Management

Using ESG factors to drive strategy within high yield as part of a climate action approach.

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Please join us for a joint Impact Investing Adopters Forum and Paris Alignment Forum morning coffee on ‘Using ESG factors to drive strategy within high yield as part of a climate action approachwith Artemis Investment Management. 

ESG considerations are a core part of the investment process of Artemis’ global high-yield bond strategy. However, the team have a strong belief in differentiated ESG analysis being integrated at the investment research level, allowing for unique insights that can drive investment performance.  

Jack Holmes will set out how the team’s differentiated ESG approach helps them to unlock attractive opportunities across the high-yield market and how this can form part of a pension fund's climate strategy. 

This will be followed by a roundtable discussion with Q&A and shared insights, moderated by Karen Shackleton of Pensions for Purpose.

Who is this event for?

Please note this event is for UK professional investors only and open to asset owners or their representatives, such as pension fund trustees, in-house executives, investment consultants and advisers.  

Registration

Please sign up for the event
here. Delegates will be sent dial-in details after registering. If you are not already a member, you will also be invited to register for the Impact Investing Adopters Forum and/or Paris Alignment Forum. Membership is free and you will receive regular updates about the respective Forums’ activities.   

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Speaker biography

Jack Holmes, Fund Manager at Artemis Investment Management 

James HolmesJack manages Artemis’ global high-yield bond strategy alongside David Ennett and the high-income strategy alongside David Ennett and Ed Legget. Jack joined Artemis in June 2019 from Kames Capital, where since 2016 he co-managed a range of high-yield bond funds. Before that, he was an investment analyst at Standard Life Investments. Jack began his career as an economist at Cambridge Econometrics after graduating from Trinity College Dublin with a first class honours degree in economics. He is a CFA charterholder.

Impact Investing Adopters Forum

The Impact Investing Adopters Forum is a member forum of pension funds, investment consultants and fiduciary managers at the forefront of sustainable finance. Adopters have committed to the Impact Investing Institute’s Impact Investing Principles – and advancing the impact investing agenda. The Forum is run by Pensions for Purpose in partnership with the Impact Investing Institute to advance the principles, share best practice and encourage more pension funds to invest with a positive social and environmental impact. To join the Impact Investing Adopters Forum please email Charlotte O’Leary.


The Paris Alignment Forum

The Paris Alignment Forum was established by Pensions for Purpose to help pension funds and other asset owners on their journey towards alignment with the goals of the Paris Agreement. We do this by sharing climate-related thought leadership written by our Influencer members (asset managers, consultants and lawyers), by running free training workshops for trustees and by engaging in industry-wide conversation through our quarterly all-stakeholder and asset-owner events. To find out more please click here. To become a Paris Alignment Forum member please email Karen Shackleton.

Pensions for Purpose

Pensions for Purpose exists as a bridge between asset managers, pension funds and their professional advisers, to encourage the flow of capital towards impact investment. Our aim is to empower pension funds to seek positive impact opportunities and mitigate negative impact risks. For more information please email Charlotte O'Leary. 

Registration

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