Rathbone Greenbank are delighted to be an official event partner for Good Money Week – the annual event of the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF).
UKSIF’s Good Money Week “works to help the public make good money choices through their banking, pensions and investments” and this year’s in-person conference will be held on 3 October in London. The event will also be streamed online.
On Day 1 at 12.45pm, Kate Elliot our head of ethical, sustainable and impact research will be appearing on a panel with Mike Appleby, investment manager, sustainable future funds at Liontrust Fund Partners. The panel will be moderated by James Alexander, CEO of UKSIF.
The panel will discuss ‘The threat and risks posed by greenwashing’ including
What are the signs of greenwashing?
How does greenwashing put the public off engaging with their money?
What can be done to help counteract this?
How do you tackle a lack of awareness in ESG matters?
How should organisations genuinely doing good and being leaders on sustainability cut through the greenwashing noise?