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At #NSFMNextGen we aim to provide support for the next generation of financial industry professionals and stakeholders. We want to inspire changes in financial markets by considering truly global and holistic perspectives.

At #NSFMNextGen…

  • We provide thought leadership on sustainability with focus on financial markets.
  • We engage experts on environmental, social and governance issues (with a focus on SDG goals and themes).
  • We foster long term thinking in investment and decision making.
  • We spur innovation in skills required for the next generation financial market challenges.
#NSFMNextGen is an open access network composed of passionate members from the industry, NGOs, academia or the wider society. The network is based upon the principle of inclusiveness and professional as well as personal development of #NextGen.


To achieve this #NSFMNextGen provides a framework and structure for member-led workstreams. Currently we are working to launch workstreams in knowledge exchange, mentorships and career/talent management.

CAMRADATA, established in 2003, provides institutional investors with data and analysis to research and report on their investments. We enable these investors to conduct rigorous assessments on over 5000 vehicles offered by in excess of 700 global asset managers.

In December 2017 CAMRADATA acquired the specialist publishing house, Funds Europe, thus boosting our research arm, publishing capabilities, events and reach into Europe and Asia. Being at the hub of the investment community, the research and publishing divisions enable us to regularly table, discuss and progress the topics of sustainability and impact investing.

Carbon Tracker is an independent financial think tank that carries out in-depth analysis on the impact of the energy transition on capital markets and the potential investment in high-cost, carbon-intensive fossil fuels.

Its team of financial market, energy and legal experts apply groundbreaking research using leading industry databases to map both risk and opportunity for investors on the path to a low-carbon future.

It has cemented the terms “carbon bubble”, “unburnable carbon” and “stranded assets” into the financial and environmental lexicon.

CubeLynx are independent advisors providing financial advice and modelling services to infrastructure, low carbon, regulated and real estate projects. Our clients include investors, banks, developers, regulators and local authorities. 

Founded on social principles CubeLynx has and will promote diversity in line with the best ESG practice. The founder set up the company following his son’s diagnosis of Autism as he became aware unemployment rates for autistic people were shockingly high at 78%. A large untapped talent pool of financial modellers exists within the Autistic community (both diagnosed and undiagnosed) and Cubelynx was created to provide those people careers and a pathway to success. We have been accredited by the Government as being a Disability Confident employer. 

“Creating a neurodiverse culture is central to the ethos at CubeLynx, who understand that employing people who think differently makes good business sense. They recognise that autistic people, in particular, can have skills and abilities suited to financial modelling, such as a logical thinking style and strong attention to detail.  Working with CubeLynx to recruit talented autistic candidates into an environment where they can thrive and progress has been a positive experience”. Employer Engagement Manager, The National Autistic Society.

ECCR’s vision is a more just and sustainable world. A registered charity, we work to encourage joined-up financial choices and campaigning actions. The money that we spend, save, invest or give away has the potential to harm or to do good.

Over the years, we’ve worked to help churches and church members have a better understanding of finance and corporate responsibility, and how they can contribute to positive change.  We’ve done this by providing research and materials for campaigning and advocacy and more recently, have run the Ethical Money Churches programme in the South West and the West Midlands to help Christians connect the dots between faith and finance.

Building on this work, we launched Money Makes Change in January 2020. The programme aims to open up these conversations further and encompasses a broad set of free resources for discussion and action, catering for people where they’re at.

Emergent is a nonprofit dedicated to accelerating the speed and scale of tropical forest conservation to combat the climate crisis.

Forests are crucial for life on earth. Protecting the world’s forests represents perhaps the greatest and most cost-effective opportunity to turn the corner on climate change over the next two decades. Nature-based solutions (NBS) have the potential to provide nearly one-third of the solution to climate change, yet NBS receive roughly 3 percent of international climate finance.

Emergent mobilizes large-scale finance for national and sub-national tropical forest and climate protection programs known as Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation, or REDD+.

Emergent connects buyers and sellers of large-scale emissions reductions from jurisdictional REDD+ programs, providing a reliable means of transacting large volumes of high-quality international forest carbon credits while helping to navigate market complexities and policy uncertainties.

Future-Fit Foundation is a UK-registered charity. Our vision is a Future-Fit Society: one which is environmentally restorative, socially just and economically inclusive. Given where we are today, this vision can only be realized through a rapid and radical shift in the way our economy works.

Our mission is to catalyze this shift — by translating systems science into practical free-to-use tools designed to help business leaders, investors and policy makers respond effectively to today’s biggest challenges.

The Global PSSL initiative represents the most progressive and determined move towards uniting the sustainable finance ambitions of market leaders with the tenets of sustainable securities lending.

Global PSSL will advance sustainable securities lending, and the broader global sustainable finance market, through cutting edge market leadership, research and educational innovation, international collaboration, and tangible impact. Drawing on the collective experience of the initial working group, the ISLA Council for Sustainable Finance (ICSF) and broader roundtables, Global PSSL is uniting the efforts and aspirations of these groups under a globally recognised market standard.

Global PSSL is a not-for-profit, impartial and impact-driven social enterprise that provides a hub for all key stakeholders to co-create, maintain and progress this critical agenda.

Global PSSL will focus on the following objectives:

Global Market Standard: To secure recognition of the Global Principles for Sustainable Securities Lending as a global market standard for sustainable securities lending by early 2021 (following a consultation at the end of 2020).

Market Influence: Through participation and active engagement, market leaders will have a  stake in Global PSSL, allowing it to achieve genuine and positive market changes in the long term.

Global Impact: Through its interconnectedness, Global PSSL will contribute to the broader sustainable finance agenda (i.e. sustainable development goals, market liquidity, active ownership and stewardship and the community interest). 

Impact Frontiers, an initiative of the Impact Management Project, is a learning and innovation collaboration among asset managers and owners. Impact Frontiers supports investors in building new capabilities to manage impact and integrate impact with financial data, analysis, frameworks, and processes. Through confidential structured meetings and activities, cohort members experiment with new approaches, share their tools and experiences, learn from peers, benefit from thought partnership and advance the state of impact management practice in the field. We share what we learn via open-source materials for use by any investor, to advance our vision of a world where all investments are made and measured in consideration of their integrated financial, social, and environmental impacts.

The Impact Investing Institute is an independent institute which aims to accelerate the growth and improve the effectiveness of the impact investing market in the UK and globally.

It will do this by raising awareness, addressing barriers and increasing confidence in investing with impact.

Launched in 2019, the Institute is based in London and brings together two existing groups: the Implementation Taskforce for Growing a Culture of Social Impact Investing in the UK, led by Dame Elizabeth Corley, former CEO of Allianz Global Investors, and the UK National Advisory Board on impact investing, led by Sir Harvey McGrath, former Chair of Man Group and Prudential, and Chair of Big Society Capital.

It is part of a global network of national advisory boards, grouped together in the Global Steering Group for impact investment.

The Institute actively engages across the spectrum of investors and investees – with individuals, asset owners, managers and intermediaries and with businesses, social enterprises and other organisations committed to making a social impact. It works with national governments, regulators and multilateral bodies to influence policy and advocate for impact investment.

The Impact Management Project (IMP) provides a forum for building global consensus on measuring, managing and reporting impacts on sustainability. It is relevant for enterprises and investors who want to manage environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks, as well as those who also want to contribute positively to global goals.

The IMP convenes a community of over 2,000 practitioners to share best practices, delve into technical issues and identify areas where further consensus is required in impact measurement and management. It also facilitates standard-setting organisations that, through their specific and complementary expertise, are coordinating efforts to provide comprehensive standards for measurement, management and reporting of impacts on sustainability. This includes 16 organisations that have formed a structured network to work together with the IMP’s support. 

Learnership is an independent and relatively new provider to the Pensions Sector, bringing 20 years' experience of supporting Board and leadership groups within both private and public sectors. 

Learnership’s governance-centred online reviews provide a truly objective assessment to Trustee development, with a strong focus upon ESG, Effectiveness, and Board Dynamics. By fulfilling the central objectives within TPR’s 21st Century policy review, and Board certification requirements for ongoing Trustee development, the tool will provide all that is required to both facilitate and evidence an improvement ethic within the Board, but also enable Chairs to open up constructive critique and new ideas through fully independent inputs from each Trustee.

As well as being available in generic format, customised and branded options can be specified, making it suitable for multi-Board organisations. No local set-up is required, screens are notable for their ease of completion, and within as little as two days from completion by all Trustees, a professionally presented report is provided.

Maanch™ is an impact-platform for philanthropy, impact investors and corporates. We are a B-Corp building an engagement and stewardship platform to support the investment management industry. Our dashboards and intelligence solutions enable our clients to understand, measure and visualise their impact like never before. 

Our revolutionary M INVEST SaaS tool for investors, fund and asset managers: 

  • Streamlines ESG and SDG impact tracking 

  • Enables cost efficiencies

  • Provides real-time investee engagement

  • Empowers fund managers to make impact inclusive decisions across their portfolio.

The competitive edge we have is that our algorithms automate alignment with the UN SDGs. Also our expert teams customise our solutions to the internal processes of our clients to help them fully understand how their Strategy impacts society and the planet. 

We want to Make Money Matter

Make My Money Matter is a people-powered campaign fighting for a world where we all know where our money goes, and where we can demand it builds a better future.

We’re going to create public demand to invest in people and planet

We’re going to help people find out where their money’s going, and we’re going to enable them to demand it does better. We’re going to connect this call with changemakers in the private and the public sector. And together, we’ll demand that the financial system transforms to put people and planet on a par with profit.

Doing this, we’ll help move trillions of pounds – away from investments which harm people and planet, and into investments which drive the Global Goals and the Paris Agreement.

Now is the time

With a unique window presenting through the UK’s presidencies of COP26 and the 2021 G7, we plan on harnessing this opportunity and catalysing this energy to build a movement that ensures every member of the public has the power to Make Money Matter.

Established in 2009, mallowstreet is the online and events community for the pensions industry. We are working to solve the pensions and savings crisis by creating a centre of excellence for education and collaboration.

We build mallowstreet to help remove unnecessary barriers among disparate groups within the pensions industry and to encourage connectivity and collaboration.

The community has over 3,000 members who control over £2 trillion of pension fund assets.

The Maturity Institute (MI) was established in 2012 as a new, multi-disciplinary professional development institution to help all enterprises address their changing, global, ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) responsibilities. MI’s purpose is to maximise the creation of Total Stakeholder Value (TSV), which incorporates both company performance and societal value. We welcome all professions as practising members; including investment professionals, board members, senior executives and managers. MI integrates all management disciplines into a single, coherent, organizational system under a common purpose of TSV. Our OMINDEX® diagnostic and ESG standard is increasingly used by investors, as a key ESG measure, and by corporates as a Total Value Management system.

Minerva Analytics is a new kind of proxy advisor. Based in the UK, Minerva is Europe’s only independent provider of global proxy voting services with a sustainability-centric approach. Following the acquisition of Manifest in March 2018, Minerva offers clients a tightly-connected and carefully designed suite of services comprising electronic voting, research, bespoke ESG voting policies, and a comprehensive range of key governance data to support an evidence-based approach to stewardship. Minerva enables clients to fulfil their stewardship responsibilities with  easy to use analytical tools which offer real insight into governance practices, not just during the proxy season but all year round.

For the past two decades, Minerva has helped organisations such as the OECD, the British Government, Financial Reporting Council, academics, asset owners and managers tackle the challenges of analysing ESG and shareholder voting-related data.

Phenix Capital Group is an investment consultant aiming to catalyse institutional capital towards the Sustainable Development Goals. We envision a world in which institutional capital helps to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. 

We enable institutional investors to make impact investments through our Events & Webinars, Impact Database, Impact Fund Assessment and Placement Services. 

Polar Research and Policy Initiative (PRPI) is a London-based international think-tank and institute dedicated to Arctic, Nordic, North Atlantic and North Pacific affairs. Headquartered in London and with a presence across North America, Europe and the Pacific, PRPI is the world's leading Arctic-focused think-tank. Every year, PRPI convenes high-level policy dialogues, conferences and events around the world that bring together policymakers, academics, business and thought leaders to exchange ideas, make connections and collaborate on topics and projects that prioritise community empowerment, tackle climate change and address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). With an annual readership of five million, our digital portal 'The Polar Connection' is also the world's largest platform and publisher for Arctic analysis and commentary. PRPI also work and consult on active projects too with partners in the public, private and voluntary sector, including national and local governments, indigenous communities, private companies, NGOs and voluntary organisations. 

ShareAction is a campaigning organisation. Its vision is a world where ordinary savers and institutional investors work together to ensure our communities and environment are safe and sustainable for all.

Silver Linings is a competition addressing the fact that care for the older generations needs investable ideas to ensure beneficiaries are provided for, and that this provision is sustainable.

Launched on January 18th by Responsible Investor, the sustainable finance media company, in collaboration with Sally Bridgeland, FIA (trustee, non-executive director and adviser), and Dr Rachel Melsom, MBBS, BSc. (Director, Medical Matrix Consulting, and practicing physician with a special interest in Older Persons Care), the competition solicits Brainwaves and investable Business Plans to help improve care for older generations, build on the values we believe are important, and make these financially investable, sustainable and socially desirable.

The Circle Line is a mental wellbeing specialist - our bespoke online therapy platform, network of practitioners and unique self-development programme drive self-discovery and personal growth.

We believe it's crucial to take a proactive approach and to normalise the conversation around mental health within business, creating a culture of personal growth. This way, we help you optimise human potential.

We want to help businesses harness the value of applying psychology in the workplace - working towards optimal mental health for their people, so they can deliver optimal performance and optimal business results.

The African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) Continental Business Network (CBN) was established by African Union Heads of State and launched in June 2015, as an exclusive infrastructure and private sector investment advisory platform, engaging and interfacing high-level African policy makers and captains of finance and institutional investment, on a range of strategic issues, to deepen the African investment community’s participation in the Programme for Infrastructure Development for Africa (PIDA) and African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) industrial and digital infrastructure related projects, sector policy and the overall promotion of investment projects.

The purpose of The Diversity Project is to accelerate progress towards an inclusive culture in the investment and savings profession, so that the industry has the right talent to deliver the best possible results for its clients and to reflect the society we serve.

The Project spans the whole range of the profession (asset owners, fund managers, fund selectors, pension consultants, actuaries, trustees, wealth managers and the professional standards and trade bodies) and aims to achieve diversity across all dimensions, including gender, ethnicity, socio-economic background, LGBT+, SMART working, returners, neuro-inclusion and disability.

The Diversity Project is a cross-company initiative that works with its member firms to complement and amplify existing initiatives, through a joined-up and intensive approach with a sense of urgency.

The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) is the global champion of impact investing, dedicated to increasing its scale and effectiveness around the world. The GIIN builds critical infrastructure and supports activities, education, and research that help to accelerate the development of a coherent impact investing industry.

The mission of The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment (GSG) is to drive real impact that improves lives and the planet by innovating, agitating and orchestrating the advance towards impact economies. 

It was established in August 2015 to continue the work of the Social Impact Investment Taskforce established under the UK’s presidency of the G8. It currently covers 33 countries and brings together impact leaders from the worlds of finance, business, government and philanthropy.

Our aim is to make sustainable business, business as usual.

HRH The Prince of Wales established A4S in 2004 to work with the finance and accounting community to:

  • Inspire finance leaders to adopt sustainable and resilient business models
  • Transform financial decision making to reflect the opportunities and risks posed by the climate crisis and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues
  • Scale up action to transition to a sustainable economy

A4S has three global networks:

  • Chief Financial Officers (CFO) Leadership Network - CFOs from leading organizations seeking to transform finance and accounting
  • Accounting Bodies Network (ABN) - members comprise approximately two thirds of the world’s accountants
  • Asset Owners Network (AON) - Pension Fund Chairs who integrate sustainability into investment decision making

Tobacco Free Portfolios is a not-for-profit organisation founded by Dr Bronwyn King in 2010 that works exclusively with the finance sector. We are  focused on encouraging and enabling the adoption of a framework to aid the implementation of tobacco-free finance across pension funds, asset managers, insurers, banks, ratings agencies, research houses and all associated activities.

Tobacco Free Portfolios work with leaders in finance across the globe. Our flagship initiative The Tobacco-Free Finance Pledge was launched in 2018 during United Nations General Assembly week, and currently has more than145 signatories, from 22 countries, representing AUM of over US $10.9 trillion.

WM Nexus was founded to meet the rapidly growing demand from investors for help with identifying, researching, understanding and ultimately investing in projects and assets that have a beneficial impact on society and the environment.  We are a UK-based strategic consultancy connecting single- and multi-family offices, ultra-high-net-worth investors, private investment offices, boutique wealth managers and private banks with impact investment opportunities, across all sectors. We specialise in maximising beneficial connections through carefully curated events, both virtual and face to face in 5-star locations across Europe. We deliver focused, tailored content and hand select the attendees from the appropriate group of specific interest. We believe there has been no better opportunity than now to create a better world for future generations.

The World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA) develops free and publicly available benchmarks that rank the world’s 2,000 most influential companies on their contributions to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In partnership with its global, multi-stakeholder Alliance of over 200 organisations, WBA is building a movement to increase the private sector’s impact towards a sustainable future for all.