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December 18, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Recently, Glenn Prickett, WEC’s President & CEO sat down to speak with the Chairman of one of its members, Arabesque Partners, Georg Kell. Georg has a new book that he has co-edited with others on the topic of sustainable investing. Glenn & Georg had an in-depth discussion about the book that provides a framework on ESG investing and about the need for leadership and collaboration for change to happen.
Georg Kell is the Chair of the board of Arabesque, a tech company that uses AI and big data to assess sustainability performance for investment analysis and decision making. He is also the co-chair of the DWS ESG Advisory Board and Spokesperson of the VW Sustainability Council. He is the founding director of the UN Global Compact and oversaw the launch and build up of a number of global initiatives, including PRI and the PRME on responsible management Education.
You can find the full-length video & transcript here.
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