Le Devoir -La peur du risque climatique s’est emparée du capitalisme traditionnel, engageant les investisseurs institutionnels dans une révolution 2.0, dit Mario Tremblay. Le vice-président aux affaires publiques et corporatives au Fonds de solidarité FTQ a été nommé jeudi à la présidence du conseil de SHARE dans le cadre du congrès que tient à Vancouver cet organisme sans but lucratif.
Pension fund trustees and their investment managers and service providers have a fiduciary obligation to pension beneficiaries to act prudently in their best interests in making investment decisions regarding fund portfolios. Pension funds will potentially lose significant value of their investments if they do not act as prudent investors by recognizing climate change financial risk as well as climate driven investment opportunities. The panel will discuss strategies to meet prudential obligations to undertake careful evaluation of climate change and share examples of investment strategy decisions that are based on a time frame commensurate with the pension plan’s liabilities.
Murray Gold, Senior Pensions and Benefits Partner, Koskie Minsky LLP
Janis Sarra, UBC Presidential Distinguished Professor and Professor of Law at the Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia
Jacky Shen, Director, Treasury at SFU
Stephanie Bertels (moderator), Director of the Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability at SFU Beedie School of Business, and Trustee and Co-Chair of the SFU Academic Pension PlanDate: October 31, 2019
7:30am – 8:00am Guest Sign-In & Vegetarian Morning Snacks
8:00am – 9:30am Forum & Panelist Discussion
9:30am – 10:00am Open Networking
Segal Graduate School of Business
500 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC
Room 2300 (2nd floor)
This event is complimentary. However, registration is required. Please click the “Register Here” button below to reserve your seat.
This event is co-hosted by:
Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability at SFU Beedie School of Business
Canada Climate Law Initiative
Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics at UBC Sauder School of Business
Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE)
Centre for Business Law at UBC Allard School of Law
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