NOV. 08-09, 2018

Register by May 31 and Save SEK 2000

Explore investment opportunities and learn about latest trends in the Nordic Market on ESG & Impact Investing!

The Fourth TBLI CONFERENCE NORDIC will be held in Stockholm, hosted by Nasdaq.

What to expect
• A carefully curated program tailored for both ESG and Impact Investors
• Practical Workshops with case studies, market analysis and lessons learned
• Interactive TBLI Masterclasses on opportunities, innovation and risks
• High-Level Plenary Sessions with seasoned ESG investors, entrepreneurs, CSR and SRI specialists
• Entrepreneur Pitching Salon featuring pre-qualified businesses

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Conference Details

When : November 8-9, 2018

Where : Nasdaq Stockholm AB, Tullvaktsvägen 15, 115 56 Stockholm, Sweden

How : Practical information

Who : Who has already registered?

Speak : Submit speaker application.

Sponsor : Become a sponsor

Student : How to participate

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Thu, 08 Nov 18  

08:00 - 09:00


09:00 - 09:15


Robert RubinsteinRobert Rubinstein

Chairman & Founder - TBLI Group - The Netherlands Linkedin

09:15 - 09:45


09:45 - 10:35


For the past 20 years, asset owners have been trying to asses the risk and opportunities of an ESG strategy. More and more are looking to integrate ESG in their asset allocation. Can 100% be achieved?

Ylva Lindberg(Moderator)Ylva lindberg

Founder & Managing Director - SIGLA - Norway Linkedin




Fleming Besenbacherfelming besenacher

Professor and Chairman - Carlsberg Foundation - Denmark Linkedin



Carina SilbergCarina Silberg

Head of Sustainability - Alecta Pensionsforsakering - Sweden Linkedin



10:35 - 11:00


11:00 - 11:30


Carl PendragonCarl Pendragon

Skymining AB - CEO - Sweden Linkedin

11:30 - 12:20


Julianne Zimmerman (Moderator)Julianne Zimmerman

 Advisor - Reinventure Capital - US Linkedin



Bonnie SaynayBonnie Saynay

Global Head of Responsible Investment - Invesco Ltd. - US Linkedin



 Valentine de Lasteyrie Valentine de Lasteyrie

Finance Director - Financiere de Blacailloux - France  Linkedin



Beatrix Brenninkmeijer (TBC)

Vice-chair of the Board of Trustees - Woolf Institute - Germany Bio

12:20 - 12:30


Workshops & Seminars moderators briefly introduce their sessions and speakers 

12:30 - 14:15


14:15 - 15:45

Room: 1912

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Indices help you mitigate and assess the risk of companies against ESG factors, and help socially responsible investors to navigate around ESG risks. Is ESG data accurate?

Glenn Frommer (Moderator)Screen Shot 2018 04 26 at 13.25.59

ESG Matters IVS - Managing Partners - Denmark Linkedin 




Rodolphe BocquetRodolphe Bocquet

Beyond Ratings - CEO & Co-founder - France Linkedin




Scott BennetScott Bennett

Director - Russel Investments - USA Linkedin



Lauren Smart Lauren Smart

Executive Director - S&P Trucost ltd - UK Linkedin



Michael ViehsMichael Viehs

Associate Director - Hermes Investment Management - UK Linkedin

14:15 - 15:45

Room: 0922

As the world becomes more populous, urbanised and prosperous, demand for energy, food and water rises. The earth only has a finite amount of natural resources, what can the financial sector do to combat this issue?

 Hanna Roberts (Moderator)Hanna Roberts

GES International - CEO - Sweden Linkedin



Stephanie RakelsStephanie Rakels

Acqua-Spark - Investment Manager - Netherlands Linkedin



15:45 - 16:15


16:15 - 17:45

Room: 0922

Green bonds can mobilize resources from domestic and international captial markets for climate change adaption, renewables and other environment-friendly projects. How effective are green bonds in addressing the issue of climate change and what can be done to make green bonds more mainstream?

Yvonne Stoeltie (Moderator)Yvonne Stoeltje

Graham CCC - Partner - Netherlands Linkedin




Remy Briand Remy Briand

MSCI - Managing Director - Switzerland Linkedin

16:15 - 17:45

Room: 1911

With the blockchains potential to embed trust into our digital and physical asset transactions - what role could it play in helping us achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals?


Jonelle Maltay (Moderator)Jonelle Maltay

Internal Account Manager - Triodos - US Linkedin



Christine BamfordChristine Bamford

Co-founder- Women's Coin - UK Linkedin



Sergio FigueredoSergio figueredo

Project Manager Impact Investment - FAST - Colombia

Founder - Choco4PEace: Blockchain and Cacao (Building Lives with Dignity) Linkedin





Vladimir Milosevic (TBC) Vladimir Milosevic

Blockchain Outreach & Advisory - Cofoundit - Slovenia Linkedin




16:15 - 17:45

Room: 1912

The emerging uncertainties due to climate change and climate variability are likely to aggravate the problems of future food security by exerting pressure on agriculture. How can farming be adapted to take climate change into consideration.

Robert Earhart (Moderator)0 1

American University of Paris - Assistant Professor - France Linkedin



Balder Vestad balder vestadt

Senior Relationship Manager - ResponsAbility Nordics AS - Norway Linkedin



Tanja HavemannTanja Havemann

Sustainable Investments Entrepeneur & Director - Clarmondial AG - Switzerland Linkedin

16:15 - 17:45

Room: Auditorium

Shareholder engagement has become a very popular strategy among institutional investors that want to integrate ESG into their funds management. What are the reasons for this? 

Henrik af Donner (Moderator)Henrik Af Donner

AXA Nordics - Co-head of sales - Sweden Linkedin




Carlota Garcia-ManasCarlota Garcia Manas

Deputy Head of Engagement - Church of England - UK Linkedin



Fredric Nyströmfredric nystrom

Öhman - Head of Responsible Investment - Sweden Linkedin



Bonnie SaynayBonnie Saynay

Global Head of Responsible Investment - Invesco Ltd. - US Linkedin

Fri, 09 Nov 18 (Day 1  )  

09:15 - 10:45

Room: 0922

Ola Jönsson (Moderator)Ola Jonsson

Coest AB - Partner - Sweden Linkedin




Anne-Louise Thon SchurAnne Louise Thon Schur

Partner - SDG Invest - Denmark Linkedin



Andrey KuleshovAndrey Kuleshov

Strategy and Development Advisor - Common Fund for Commodities - Russia Linkedin


09:15 - 10:45

Room: 1912

Tiffany Hansongkram (Moderator)Tiffany Hansongkram

 Prestel & Partner - France Linkedin




Luca RancilloLuca Rancillo

Owner - Rancillo Cube - Italy Linkedin



Dan Choon Dan choon

Partner - Dyan S.é r.l. - Luxembourg Linkedin



 Ksenia TarasenkoKsenia tarasenko

Co-founder - See Change - Russia Bio



Niklas Adalberth Niklas Adalbarth 1

Founder - Norrsken Foundation - Sweden Linkedin


09:15 - 10:45

Room: 1911

Aline Reichenberg Gustafsson (Moderator)Aline Reichenberg

Editor In Chief, NordSIP.com- Sweden Linkedin

09:15 - 10:45

Room: Boardroom

Ann-Katrin Dolium (Moderator)Ann Katrin Dolium

Unione - CSR Manager - Sweden Linkedin




Karin SvenssonKarin Svensson

 Senior Advisor SISD Project - SIDA - Sweden Linkedin



Malena RosmanMalena Rosman

Team Leader Portfolio Management - SIDA - Sweden Linkedin



Antje BiberAntje biber

Managing Partner - FERI Trust GmbH - Germany Linkedin




Stephen FernStephen Fern

Founder & CEO - G9 Private Family Office - UK Linkedin




Federico Raimondi SlepoiFederico Raimondi Slepoi


10:45 - 11:30


11:30 - 13:00

Room: 1912

When investing, sometimes the best way to make money is to invest passively. Warren Buffet has demonstrated this when he made a $1 million bet to show that he could beat hedge funders by investing in low-cost index funds, which he won by 500 basis points. Is Warren Buffet right when claiming it is more profitable to invest in Index Funds in stead of a portfolio of hedge funds?


Eszter Vitorino (Moderator)Ezster Vitorino

Regional Network Coordinator - Global Reporting Initiative - Hungary Linkedin



Mamadou-Abou Sarr (TBC)mamadou abaou sarr

Vice President - Northern Trust Global Investment - UK Linkedin



Gregg Sgambati (TBC)Gregg Sgambati

Managing Director - S-Network Global Indexes - USA Linkedin



Michael Muyot (TBC)Michael Muyot

President - CRD Analytics - USA Linkedin



Ulrika RenstadUlrika Renstad

Business Development Listings Nordics - Nasdaq Stockholm AB - Linkedin


11:30 - 13:00

Room: Boardroom

At the most basic level, women are the main providers and users of household energy. At the same time, they are disproportionately affected by the lack of energy and tend to be overlooked as key stakeholders of energy initiatives. Why is women's empowernment essential for sustainable development and what can be done to achieve this empowerment?


Joanne Sawicki (Moderator)Joanne sawicki

CEO - Cerescom - UK Linkedin




May Al-KarooniMay Al Karooni

Founder - Globechain - UK Linkedin



Wendy AndersonWendy Anderson 2

Founding Member - The Case for Her - Canada Linkedin



Audrey SelianAudrey Selian

Director - Rianta Capital Zurich - Switzeland Linkedin