Future-Proofing Infrastructure Investing: Melbourne Forum
Growing numbers of institutional investors are taking environmental, social and governance factors into account, and infrastructure has entered the spotlight. Fund managers are being asked more and more to demonstrate responsible investment practices and good stewardship in their infrastructure portfolios. Direct investors are also increasingly seeing the added value of improving ESG performance in their assets.
Join the PRI, leading infrastructure investors and experts at one of our upcoming forums to hear discussion on ESG trends, the role of responsible investors in managing public infrastructure, and how responsible investment can benefit both the community and investors.
Who should attend?
- Asset owners with direct or indirect infrastructure investments
- Infrastructure investment managers
- Investment advisors
Spaces are limited, we may restrict the number of attendees by organisation.
Register early to secure your place.
|08:00||Registration and light breakfast|
|08:30||Welcome from the host and Forum chair
KPMG and Andrew Major, General Manager, Unlisted Assets, HESTA Super Fund
|08:35||The role of responsible investors managing public infrastructure
John Brumby, former Premier of Victoria
Responsible investment in infrastructure: Preparing for the flood or riding the wave?
Adrian Best, Head of Infrastructure, Victorian Funds Management Corporation
Kristian Fok, CIO, CBUS Superannuation Fund
Leisel Moorhead, Partner, QIC
|10:00||Networking coffee break|
ESG integration in asset management: breaking new ground in brownfield assets
Colin Chanter, General Manager, Southern Cross Station
Michael Hanna, Head of Infrastructure, Australia, IFM Investors
Moderated by: David Scaysbrook, Managing Partner, Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners
|11:15||Focus session on ESG in manager selection|
Andrew Major, General Manager, Unlisted Assets, HESTA Super Fund
The PRI would like to thank our partner, IFM Investors, for their support with this event, kindly hosted by KPMG.