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- Environmental, social and governance best practices are no longer niche – how can mining turn a corner to attract new sources of capital and co investment from ESG mandated funds?
- How could a global pandemic and financial markets fall out change corporate and investor mindsets towards ESG? Will it be lower on the list than delivering shareholder value?
- How can miners justify their position in a portfolio: clearer social purpose; human rights due diligence; provenance; minimising environmental impacts
- Where do ESG indices and funds get the data they base their investment decisions on? Issues with multiplication of standards
- Could ESG risk become commoditised and how can industry safeguard against that?
- How can mining better communicate it’s societal benefits? Is the promise of decarbonisation and a tremendous infrastructure rebuild the story mining should latch onto?
Carole Cable, Partner, Brunswick Group
Jessica Fung, Vice President, Pala Investments
Alan Knight, General Manager Corporate Responsibility, ArcelorMittal
Adam Matthews, General Manager Corporate Responsibility, Church of England Pension Board
Kieran Laird, General Partner – Public Law & Regulation Team, Gowling WLG
Jon Samuel, Group Head of Group Head of Responsible Business Partnerships, Anglo American