Gianluca Manca, Eurizon Capital

Gianluca Manca Gianluca Manca is the Head of Sustainability at Eurizon Capital. He served as chair of the Investment Commission and co-chair of the Asset Management working Group of the UNEPFI then joined the Business Economy Environment group of GLOBE EU at the EU Parliament. Gianluca is awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Cattolica University in Milan, Italy, where he is an MBA lecturer on Global Sustainability while he is co-head of the business simulation at the Executive Master in Finance SDA Bocconi University. At present he is a member of the EFAMA Responsible Investment working group, a member of the EBF Green Task Force and a member of the ABI Sustainability Team. He was a global equities fund manager, then focused on responsible investments in late 90s and later became the head of the global RI team. At present he is a member of the Sustainability Committee and the Chair of the Charity Committee. In the past 15 years he co-authored various papers and publications on ESG integration and climate change.

Agenda

09.30-10.20

Sustainability – an Asset Manager’s duty?

Once the decision is made to embark on the sustainability path, internal procedures need to be put in place to ensure proper implementation of the commitment. Policy, risk management, investment decisions, reporting… all elements of the Asset Manager’s value chain are impacted.

CEOs of leading Asset Management groups share their experience of the process

  • Ophélie Mortier

    Ophélie Mortier Responsible Investment Strategist Degroof Petercam Asset Management S.A.

  • Jens Wilhelm

    Jens Wilhelm Chief Investment Officer, Board Member Union Investment


11.10-12.00

The rise of the ESG, SRI, Impact & Climate Finance: what it means for business and for our planet

Which methodology? What rationale? Which approach?

 


15.45-16.10

Interview with the Regulator: the latest regulatory hot topics for the fund industry


16.10-16.55

Fintech – Facts, Fiction and the Future

A reality check on all things Fintech in the AM production cycle.