Materiality in ESG Investing


April 21, 2020

Please join us for this unique opportunity to discuss financial materiality in ESG investing with Anthony Campagna, the Global Director of Research at ISS EVA.

Interest in ESG issues is growing, and for good reason. A new ISS study finds that good social corporate responsibility does not undermine returns. In fact, highly rated ISS ESG Corporate Rating firms tend to be more profitable through the Economic Value Added (EVA) lens. Also, high EVA margins combined with favorable ISS ESG Corporate ratings have historically generated above-average returns with below-average risk.

Anthony Campagna is the Global Director of Research at ISS EVA (ISS acquired EVA Dimensions in 2018). He leads a global research team across all portions of the investment decision process: macro insights and screening for idea generation, sector and industry reports to provide context, company specific reports for single stock ideas, and portfolio analysis to measure risk through the EVA lens.

ISS EVA provides institutions with an established standard in measuring, analyzing, projecting, valuing, and discounting a firm’s underlying economic profit through the provision of Economic Value Added (EVA) metrics.

Eaton Club, 5/F, Champion Tower, 3 Garden Rd, Central, Hong Kong

Tuesday, April 21
08.30 AM – 10.00 AM

NOTE: This event was originally scheduled for Tuesday February 18, but was rescheduled due to the current coronavirus situation.

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