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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.