TEC x SVPHK: Investing for Impact & Shared Value

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TEC x SVPHK: Investing for Impact & Shared Value

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The Executive Centre Level 43 Lounge, 3 Garden Road Champion Tower, Central Hong Kong, Hong Kong Hong Kong

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The Executive Centre and Shared Value Project invite you to learn about how data shows that impact investing and green finance have gained popularity in the past few years in Asia, and major players such as BlackRock have pushed for responsible investing more broadly while others innovate on climate finance. How does this trend affect all financial services firms from buy-side to sell-side, even FinTech? What opportunities does it present and how do ESG, SRI and shared value thinking actually increase long-term return?

Come grab a drink and hear from regional experts representing financial services, ESG consulting and cross-sector organisations on why we cannot ignore this growing trend and how to embed shared value into your business model.


  • 17:30 - Networking drinks, provided by TEC / sponsor
  • 18:00 - Talk starts (panel format)
  • 18:45 - Q&A
  • 19:00 - End


Peter Yates AM, Board Director, SVPHK; Chair, Shared Value Project (Australia); Director, AIA Australia
Peter is Chair of Shared Value Project Australia, Director of AIA Australia and Deputy Chairman of The Myer Family Investments Ltd. He is Chairman of many organisations, including the Royal Institution of Australia and the Australian Science Media Centre. Previously, Peter was Managing Director of Oceania Capital Partners, CEO of Publishing and Broadcasting Ltd., and also worked in investment banking, including 15 years with Macquarie Bank. Peter holds a Doctorate from Murdoch University, a Master’s degree from Stanford University and in 2011 was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for service to education, financial services, arts, science and charitable organisations.


Anne Copeland, Managing Director & Sustainability Advisor, Copeland & Partners
Anne Copeland is an independent Sustainability Advisor with over 30 years of experience in environmental and social due diligence, sustainability risk management, sustainability strategy, management and reporting, as well as stakeholder engagement and training. She has been active in this field in Hong Kong and Asia for over 20 years, assisting companies and the financial sector to identify and manage environmental and social risks and embed sustainability into operations and reporting. Her clients range from MNCs to private equity firms, and sector experience ranges from supply chain, infrastructure, transportation, manufacturing and agribusiness, to hospitality, health care and education.

Emily Woodland, Investment Advisor, ADM Capital
Emily Woodland is an Investment Advisor in ADM Capital’s Tropical Landscapes Finance Facility team. Prior to this, Emily worked for UBS for over 16 years in various investment management roles, most recently as Executive Director at UBS O’Connor, the hedge fund arm of UBS Asset Management, as an event-driven equity and convertible bond portfolio manager. Emily graduated from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, obtained her CFA in 2008. She recently completed a Master’s in Corporate Environmental Governance from the University of Hong Kong, with a view to develop the nascent impact investing field in Hong Kong.

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