January 17, 2023
1 PM ET
This conversation with IEN Member Wespath Benefits and Investments will discuss the unique challenges that systemic risks like climate change pose to asset owners and highly diversified long-term investment portfolios.
We’ll then cover stewardship strategies that go beyond corporate engagement and proxy voting and seek to address systemic risks through the identification of systemic solutions.
Join Ryan McQueeney, Karen Manczko, and Evan Witkowski for a conversation on these solutions and the hurdles facing investors.
Wespath Benefits and Investments (Wespath) has been serving The United Methodist Church for over 100 years. Wespath and its subsidiaries maintain one of the largest faith-based pension funds in the world, serving more than 100,000 active and retired clergy and lay employees of the Church. As a sustainable investor, Wespath incorporates consideration of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors in its investment decision-making and aspires to make a positive impact on the environment and society.
The Future of Investor Engagement
Ryan McQueeney, Analyst, Sustainable Investment Stewardship, Wespath Benefits and Investments
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Karen Manczko, Director, Institutional Relationships, Wespath Benefits and Investments
Evan Witkowski, CIPM, Manager, Institutional Relationships, Wespath Benefits and Investments