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Watch Webinar - Effective Engagement and Reporting: The Asset Owner Perspective

Watch Webinar - Effective Engagement and Reporting: The Asset Owner Perspective

Watch a replay of this thought-provoking webinar about effective engagement and reporting, from the perspective of asset owners

Impactive Team
July 25, 2023

On the 6th of July 2023, Impactive Tech were delighted to host a webinar with very special guests, Diandra Soobiah of Nest (National Employment Savings Trust) and Valeria Piani of Phoenix Group – both industry leaders who have helped to shape the responsible investment landscape..

Watch this webinar to find out:

  • What high quality engagement looks like from an asset owners’ perspective
  • How asset owners assess their fund managers’ stewardship activities and processes
  • How asset owners' expectations of their fund managers have evolved in recent years
  • What challenges exist in asset owners’ reporting and data needs on stewardship and how these can be overcome

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