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“Firms that adopt responsible social and environmental practices become more resilient, which helps them avoid crises and bounce back from shocks. They have lower financial volatility, higher sales growth, and higher chances of survival over a 15-year period; yet, we were unable to find any differences in short-term profits.” Ortiz-de-Mandojana, N., & Bansal, P. (2016). 

With good reason, sustainable investing has been on the rise, with an increasing number of investors incorporating ESG factors into their decision-making processes. However, the surge in sustainable investing is accompanied by challenges, including backlash on ESG clarity and the broad definition, highlighting the delicate balance in addressing medium to long-term global issues within the sustainable investment landscape. Despite these challenges, there’s been tremendous growth in the underlying building blocks you can use to build a sustainable portfolio with attractive options for all types of investors.

The question remains: What defines a sustainable portfolio, and how do we navigate the balance between fixed income, equity, and alternative investments?

Join us as we seek the answers to these questions and more.


18:00 – 18:30Registration
18:30 – 18:45Welcome by Johannes Pokorny & Gerrit Sindermann
18:45 – 19:40Introduction by Andrew Douglas followed by speakers presentations:
Stephanie Bilo, Chief Client and Investment Officer, responsAbility
Judith Capello, Sustainability Coordinator, ABS
Erik Gloerfeld , Chief Growth Officer, Inyova
19:40 – 20:15Panel discussion and audience Q&A
20:15 – 21:30Apéro and Buzzing

Mit gutem Grund hat nachhaltiges Investieren zugenommen, da eine steigende Anzahl von Investoren ESG-Faktoren in ihre Entscheidungsprozesse einbezieht. Allerdings geht der Anstieg nachhaltiger Investitionen mit Herausforderungen einher, darunter Kritik an der Klarheit und der breiten Definition von ESG, was das feine Gleichgewicht bei der Bewältigung mittel- bis langfristiger globaler Probleme im nachhaltigen Anlagebereich verdeutlicht. Trotz dieser Herausforderungen gab es enormes Wachstum in den zugrunde liegenden Bausteinen, die verwendet werden können, um ein nachhaltiges Portfolio mit attraktiven Optionen für alle Arten von Investoren aufzubauen.

Die Frage bleibt: Was definiert ein nachhaltiges Portfolio, und wie navigieren wir zwischen festverzinslichen Wertpapieren, Aktien und alternativen Investitionen?

Sei dabei, wenn wir besprechen, wie man ein nachhaltiges Portfolio aufbaut.