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Business in the Community Share and Learn

Nov 28
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Tue, 28 November  @  10:00  -  11:00
Free of charge and open to all
Open to BITC members and non-members, CSR/responsible business practitioners/managers
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Tue, 28 November 2023  @  10:00  –  11:00

Aligning Responsible Business with Pensions Investments

About this event

This is a virtual event.


Open to Business in the Community (BITC) members and non-members. This event has been designed to benefit the Heads of Responsible Business.

The aims and objectives of the series of events

These events are a monthly opportunity to meet peers and learn from each other.

BITC will convene Heads of Responsible Business, or those who own and drive responsible business within their organisations, to accelerate greener and fairer action together. Each month, we will explore a different emerging trend or challenge facing our member businesses. We will facilitate discussions, allowing you to meet peers, navigate your barriers and accelerate responsible business.

Save the time and date of 10-11:00 on the last Tuesday of every month to join these facilitated discussions.

Aligning Responsible Business with Pensions Investments

With companies across the globe increasing their sustainability ambitions, we know that the pensions industry plays a key role in driving change across these issues. Rising industry and market expectations mean employers and pension scheme trustees are increasingly faced with changing laws and regulatory guidance to reflect a new sustainable agenda. Aligning the values and sustainability ambitions of the employer with that of their pension schemes is crucial.

At this month’s Share & Learn session, we will be joined by Cadi Thomas, Head of Sustainable Investment and Mark Irish, Deputy Head of Sustainable Investment Consulting at Isio, who will guide our discussion on how responsible business practitioners can engage with those in their organisations responsible for the governance of pensions. We will also be joined by Tim Doubleday, CFO, Burger King UK, who will share how Burger King engaged with trustees and created ESG default options, all whilst managing the risks and boosting its brand.

For more information before the session, read our latest report in partnership with Isio, ‘Aligning Responsible Business Policies with Pensions Investments

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Open to BITC members and non-members and CSR/responsible business practitioners/managers

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