Sustainable Investing: What can we learn from the Covid-19 pandemic? (WEBINAR PLAYBACK)

The idea and practice of corporate sustainability is no longer a niche movement. Sustainable investing is now becoming a major force driving systemic market changes and ESG (environmental, social and governance) factors are part of investment decisions. Stay ahead of the curve to explore how sustainable investment decisions are helping to drive a transformation in the market. Listen to this webinar playback and learn:

  • How ESG investing has performed during the COVID-19 market crisis. Which factors explain the performance of ESG investments during and after the crisis.
  • Why the integration of ESG factors in investment decisions is impacting markets on a large scale and changing practices of major market players after the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • How the COVID-19 pandemic has created opportunities to rethink and extend the ESG agenda.

We are excited to share some insights into this burning topic with you. We are also happy to put you in contact with Magdalena Niederwieser as well as current students if you have any questions about the Copenhagen MBA programme at CBS.

Watch and listen to the webinar playback below:

Your hosts:

Magdalena Niederwieser is the Admissions Manager of the Copenhagen MBA, as well as a graduate of the programme. She offers a brief introduction to the programme and moderates the webinar. Andreas Rasche is Professor of Business in Society at the CBS Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (cbsCSR), Associate Dean for the CBS Full-Time MBA Program and co-editor of “Sustainable Investing: A Path to a New Horizon” (Routledge), a book that tells the story of how the convergence between corporate sustainability and sustainable investing is now becoming a major force driving systemic market changes. Read more about the book on Barron’s website.