We are looking forward to hosting the eighth Jericho Conversation on Business Life After the Virus: Investing in Society. It’s on Friday 5 June, 12:30pm – 1:45pm (London).
With so much talk about Building Back Better (and Greener), what in the Investment sector and capital markets needs to change? What shifts do Asset Managers and Asset Owners need to take, to make this real? Will they escape the clichés and confines of (ESG) compliance?
John Kay, economist, author and fellow of St. John’s College, Oxford will kick us off. The panel includes Catherine Howarth, CEO, Share Action; Leon Kamhi, Executive Director, Head of Responsibility, Federated Hermes; and Lord Maurice Glasman, Labour peer, Common Good campaigner, originator of the “Blue Labour” movement.
If you have not yet registered to join, you can do so now:
Please pencil the next two Jericho Conversations into your diaries:
Speaker: Mike Barry, Former Director of Sustainable Business, M&S
- Mallika Ishwaran, Senior Economist and Policy Adviser, Shell
- James Alexander, Future Agenda and #voicefortheplanet
- Julia Pyke, Director, Sizewell C
Speaker: Professor Tony Travers, Department of Government, LSE
- Richard Brown, Deputy Director, Centre for London
- Georgia Gould, Leader, Camden Council
- Justine Simons, Deputy Mayor, GLA
We have now covered seven Big Issues around Business Life After the Crisis, with five more scheduled. In June and July, we will be running a series of focused conversations, digging a little deeper on the future challenges related to Good Work, Responsible Tax, Technology and (hopefully) Public Health.
If you would like to find out more, please get in touch – and/ or if you would like to speak to us about running something similar for your organisation.
Stay safe – be alert.
Founder, Jericho Chambers
May 31 2020