Now more than ever, public equities play a unique role in driving the transition to a green economy. Through innovative quantitative modeling, investors can identify sustainability leaders with the dual goals of generating a positive impact on financial returns and benefitting the environment or society as a whole.

On December 10, 2020 members of Los Angeles Capital’s Responsible Investing Solutions Group (RISG) discussed how quantitative techniques can be used to seek to maximize the Triple Bottom Line – People, Planet and Profit. The team highlights Firm’s unique approach utilizes sustainability factors with the goal of improving returns and affecting change as the world transitions to a lower carbon and more circular economy.

Presented by:
Laina Draeger, CFA - Portfolio Manager, Director of Portfolio Strategy and Responsible Investing
Brad Rowe, CFA - Co-Director of Research
Colleen Raab, CFA - Portfolio Manager
Edwina Acheson - Managing Director

Moderated by: Brendan Maton, IPE

We invite you to view a recording of the webinar here:

Driving Impact and Integrating ESG Through Quantitative Strategies

Important Disclosures

The information in this presentation is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute a solicitation for any product or service offered by Los Angeles Capital or any of its affiliates (the “Firm”). This material is distributed with the understanding that Los Angeles Capital is not rendering any accounting, legal or tax advice. The views expressed herein are those of the webinar presenters and do not reflect the opinion of Firm. Such views may not be suitable for all investors. You should consult with your independent advisors concerning such matters. Please also see the Firm’s Legal/Privacy notice on Los Angeles Capital’s website. Clients of the Firm may maintain positions in the securities discussed in this presentation. The presentation slides were prepared in December, 2020 and have not been updated since that time.

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