This event has been organised by CFA UK's Black Professionals working group and is free to attend. Open to CFA UK members, I&D Network members, Black Professional members, I&D professionals and non-members.
The release of the new Parker Review in February 2020 provided data behind the ethnicity debate which resulted in companies aiming to add one ‘ethnically diverse’ director to their corporate boards, by the end of 2021.
As of the 2 of November 2020:
Diversity, social impact and long-term sustainable growth creation, are increasing purported to be at the heart of our largest companies. During this event our expert panel will look at how these topics are impacting firms and consequently the investable universe:
Event: 17:30 - 19:00
CPD Points: 1.5
Will Goodhart – Chief Executive, CFA Society UK, Board Member, Impact Investing Institute
Anna Anthony – EY UK Managing Partner, The Parker Review was published by Sir John Parker, EY and the Department of Business
Justin Onuekwusi – Lead Fund Manager Multi-Asset, Legal and General Asset Management, Diversity Project /#talkaboutblack
Simon Langley –D&I Lead, Royal London Group
Sachin Bhatia – Head of UK Consultants and Core Clients, Invesco Ltd. Co-Chair Race and Ethnicity Workstream, Diversity project
Loubna Moudanib – Corporate Credit, Vanguard Asset Management
Marisa Hall – Co - Head Thinking Ahead institute, Wills Towers Watson, Steering Committee Member Ethnicity workstream, Diversity Project, Standing Committee Member Investment 2020, Board Member, London Women’s forum
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