ESG and Big Data (Webinar)
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ESG and Big Data (Webinar)

5/19/2020
When: May 19, 2020
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Live Webinar
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EGS and Big Data

In Partnership with Schroders and CFA Society Seattle


Data is the new alpha. Traditional research can only take investors so far. Non-quantitative factors like ESG and those gleaned from data science are advancing the art (and science) of fundamental securities analysis. Hear about the innovative and evolving ESG tools and data sets used to enable investors to make better long term investment decisions. Please join us for a session focused on recent case studies highlighting how using ESG bid data has resulted in better investment decisions as well as how this data may be used to report the impact of investments.

Sarah Bratton will outline and present:

  • What CIOs and Analysts should consider when evaluating ESG research in addition outlining the role big data plays in our process.
  • Global perspective on ESG
  • ESG Integration, Commitment to Sustainability, Tech Development
  • Where we see the future of ESG (including any visibility on growth in assets flowing)
 

Speaker

Sarah Bratton, Head of Sustainability, North America, Schroders

Sarah Bratton is the Head of Sustainability, North America at Schroders, which includes leading the sustainability strategy and ESG integration in North America . She joined Schroders in 2011 and is based in New York. Previously, she was an Investment Director, and Associate Product Manager at Schroders from 2014 to 2017. Ms Bratton received a BA in Economics from St. Francis College; BS in Business Management from St. Francis College.

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Zoom webinar details will be provided 12- 24 hours before the meeting.

 


This event qualifies for 1.0 hours of continuing education credits for CFA charterholders.

 

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