The Evolution of Sustainable Investing
In partnership with CAIA
Please join Bill Kelly, CEO, CAIA; Tom Kehoe, CAIA, Managing Director, AIMA; and Tony Cowell, Partner, KPMG, as they discuss some of the takeaways from “Sustainable Investing: Fast-Forwarding Its Evolution," a joint report between KPMG International, CREATE-Research, AIMA and CAIA.
The report details sustainable investing and its impact on the alternative investment industry. Focusing on hedge funds and institutional investors, together with best practice from the asset management sector, the report investigates how sustainable investing is gathering momentum across the investment universe.
William Kelly, President & CEO, CAIA Association
William (Bill) J. Kelly is the CEO of the CAIA Association. Bill has been a frequent industry speaker, writer, and commentator on alternative investment topics around the world since taking the leadership role at the CAIA Association in January, 2014.
Anthony Cowell, Partner, Head of Asset Management, KPMG
Anthony is Head of Asset Management where his portfolio of clients includes fund of funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds, hedge funds and commodity pools. His experience in the area of capital markets includes audit and accounting services involving a wide variety of financial derivative products and complex investment vehicles. Anthony is a member of KPMG’s Global Alternative Investments Leadership Team and KPMG’s European Council for Investment Management. In his role as Head of Alternative Investments, his responsibilities include strategic planning, thought leadership and business development. Anthony serves on the CAIA Association's Board of Directors.
Tom Kehoe, CAIA, Managing Director, Global Head of Research & Communications, AIMA
Tom joined AIMA as research manager in October 2008 and heads up all research and communications globally for the association. In this role Tom is responsible for creating and executing the association’s strategies to develop and maintain strong external stakeholder relationships. In doing so, he constructs the association’s narrative through original research and thought leadership as well as design, implement and promote the association’s communications and brand. In this capacity, he has authored over fifty research and thought leadership pieces, which have been mentioned widely across the trade and business press as well as commented on radio and television. He has been involved with hedge funds for 15 years. Prior to joining AIMA in October 2008, Tom spent four years working in hedge fund research and due diligence with BNP Paribas in New York and Dublin.