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If 2020 was dubbed the “Year of ESG,” is 2022 increasingly seen as the “Year of ESG Backlash”? With the growing pressure on companies and investment firms to adjust their strategies in response to upcoming elections, the SCOTUS decision in West Virginia vs. EPA, and a looming global recession, what does the future of ESG investing look like? How will organizations navigate corporate activism while continuing to engage their key stakeholders? Has a generational shift to a more politically-charged workforce activated a new focus on shareholder activism that will become a permanent fixture in how companies assess human capital and climate change investments?

Join the FiscalNote Executive Institute and Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose for “The Politicization of ESG: What’s in Store for Responsible Investing?,” an invite-only virtual discussion July 28 from 2-3 p.m. ET moderated by CECP CEO Daryl Brewster and featuring Marian Macindoe, Head of ESG Stewardship with Parnassus Investments; Keir Gumbs, Chief Legal Officer at Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.; and Isabella Bunn, Senior Advisor at Oxford Analytica.


Featured Presenters

Daryl Brewster

Marian Macindoe
Head of ESG Stewardship, Parnassus Investments

Keir Gumbs
Chief Legal Officer, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

Isabella Bunn
Senior Advisor, Oxford Analytica