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COPs and Robbers - sustainable investing for the long term (Ep.102)

09 December, 2021LIBF Banking & Finance

With climate change a top priority for organisations and governments around the world, LIBF is bringing together key players in the finance sector to highlight organisations and activities that are making a real difference as part of our Sustainable Finance in Action project.

In this episode, John Somerville, Head of financial services LIBF, and Henry Boucher, Deputy Chief Investment Officer at Sarasin & Partners, discuss sustainable investing, reactions to COP26 and the biggest issues facing the industry.

As part of this project, many of these key players have produced films to show how they’re playing their part. Watch Sarasin & SRI's film here (or below) and all of the films on our YouTube channel.

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