In recent years, superannuation investors have prioritised their commitments to social and environmental progress. This is an opportunity to hear about ESG from the perspective of those investing in essential infrastructure.
National and local governments around the world are investing heavily in infrastructure projects to create jobs and help economies recover from the pandemic. Creating value for all stakeholder groups is essential to the long-term success of any asset. It is widely accepted that financial performance and positive impact can go hand in hand.
Infrastructure is ideally suited for impact investment because it focuses on the provision of essential services, including health, digital and renewable assets. With the World Economic Forum forecasting a $15 trillion infrastructure gap by 2040, the opportunity to drive impact through this asset class is immense.
Our expert panel includes:
● Romilly Madew, CEO Infrastructure NSW
● Julia Hinwood, Head of Economic Infrastructure, CEFC (Clean Energy Finance Corporation)
● Nicole Walker, Chief Commercial Officer, Morrison & Co.
● Claire Simpson, Co-Head Infrastructure, JANA
This is an interactive online event where you will hear from the expert panel and have the opportunity to participate in two networking sessions to discuss the issues raised.
With much of the country in lockdown, we are seeking to provide you the opportunity to stay connected. We have opened this event to Women in Super members from all states.
This event is sponsored by:
This event is open to all (members and non-members from all states and territories)