Companies which adopt good sustainability practices in all ESG spheres – environmental, social and governance – are rewarded by the market.
Sustainable and responsible investments related to ESG (environment, social and governance), are a rapidly growing market sector. In recent decades, both the supply of sustainable products and the demand for such products, both by institutional and private investors, are quickly increasing.
During the event, Banor SIM will focus on the results of the two researches on the European Stock and Bond Markets conducted together with the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano. Moody’s will talk about the key ESG themes in credit analysis with a particular focus of the sectors most exposed to ESG risks.
Welcome speech and introduction to the CFASI ESG Investing Guide
Banor researches on the impact of ESG factors on the European Stock and Bond markets
Angelo Meda, Financial Analyst, Head of Equity Research and Portfolio Manager, Banor SIM Spa
Financial Analyst, Head of Equity Research and Portfolio Manager, Banor SIM Spa
In 2003 Angelo joined Ribofin and worked as financial analyst up to 2008. He moved directly to Banor SIM Spa in 2009 when Ribofin and Banor SIM Spa merged. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration “Summa Cum Laude” at Luigi Bocconi University (Milan), he’s member of CFA Institute since 2005, CFA Charterholder since 2006, CIPM (Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement) holder and participates in CFA Grading Process since 2010.
ESG in credit analysis: Moody’s ESG assessment framework and implication for credit ratings
Ernesto Bisagno, Vice President / Senior Credit Officer, Moody’s Investors Service
Vice President / Senior Credit Officer, Moody’s Investors Service
Ernesto is the EMEA beverage analyst and also covers telecom and satellite operators, and European equipment makers. Ernesto joined Moody’s in June 2014 with an extensive professional experience in risk management and credit analysis in several leading financial institutions in the UK and Italy, including Citigroup and UBS. Ernesto was also a senior auditor with PWC earlier in his career. Ernesto holds an Economics degree from Università degli Studi di Genova and is a CFA Charter Holder.