1 hour, 7 minutes
About This Event
Sustainable investing has blossomed in recent years as awareness has been driven by environmental, societal and governance events, with more investors seeking information about ESG strategies and committing assets to ESG strategies. Sustainable Investing now accounts for more than one out of every four dollars under management in the U.S., according to the US SIF, with 26% managed on behalf of individual investors – roughly $3 trillion – at the end of 2018. There is a perceived generational divide in investor views of sustainable investment strategies—younger investors such as Millennials and Generation X are viewed to care more about the impact of their investments than older investors such as the Baby Boomers. But is this perception accurate? To find out, we surveyed around 600 investors across different age, income, and wealth brackets (with at least $250,000 in investable assets). The results uncovered revealed the perception about sustainable investing differs from reality.
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Accepted for one hour of CFP®, CFA® & CIMA®, CIMC® or CPWA® CE Credit for webcast attendees.
Keith is responsible for the strategic implementation of Candriam’s corporate strategy in North America and Asia. He joined Candriam in 2015 from Cheyne Capital Management LLP where he was a Partner in the Business Development division from 2011. Prior to Cheyne Capital he worked at Matterhorn Investment Management LLP. He earned a Master's degree in Geography and Economics from The University of Edinburgh and holds the CFTC Series 3 Certificate from the U.S Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Ian is the Global Marketing Officer of New York Life Investments. He is responsible for marketing strategies across its entire business, including the firm’s U.S. intermediary and global alternatives and institutional efforts. He is a proven global leader having built strong commercial marketing organizations across multiple industries, geographies and business models.
Ian joined the firm in 2018 in his current role. Previously, he was a Managing Director and Chief Marketing Officer for the EMEA at BlackRock Asset Management based in London. He also held several executive roles and global appointments at GE including Chief Marketing Officer of GE Capital, GE Software, and GE Appliances. Ian has also held roles of increasing responsibility with Verizon, Newell Rubbermaid, and Johnson & Johnson.
Ian earned a B.S. in Economics from the University of Southern California and an M.B.A. in Strategy and Marketing from the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management.