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Hermes EOS Client Advisory Council

1 - 2 November 2017, London

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Please join us for the November Hermes EOS Client Advisory Council in London

Wednesday 1 November 2017 – Dinner
Time: 18:30 for 19:00 seating
Location: The Ivy, 5 West Street, London, WC2H 8NQ

Thursday 2 November 2017 – Client Advisory Council
Time: 08:30 – 16:30
Location: ICA, 12 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH

Agenda

UTC

Topic

Presenter(s)

08:30

Welcome tea & coffee

 

09:00

Introduction and business engagement update

 

Dr. Hans-Christoph Hirt and
Amy D’Eugenio, Hermes EOS

09:30

Engagement overview - ENI and ExxonMobil

Natacha Dimitrijevic and Tim Goodman, Hermes EOS

09:45

In brief - German Engagement trip

Michael Viehs, Hermes EOS

10:00

Building the right board - An interview with Karina Litvack

 

Natacha Dimitrijevic, Hermes EOS

Karina Litvack, ENI

11:00

BREAK

 

11:15

In brief - Beyond Petroleum: Climate change engagement across additional sectors

Bruce Duguid and Roland Bosch, Hermes EOS

11:30

A discussion with ExxonMobil on its climate change strategy

Tim Goodman, Hermes EOS

Jeff Woodbury and Pete Trelenberg, ExxonMobil

12:30

LUNCH

 

13:15

UN Sustainable Development Goals panel

Christine Chow, Hermes EOS

Leslie Gent / Lenka Setkova, Coutts
Julia Kochetygova, Northern Trust

Pelle Pedersen, PKA
Mark Walker, Univest

Faith Ward, Environment Agency

14:00

Clients in Camera

Faith Ward, Environment Agency

14:45

BREAK

 

15:00

Clients in Camera feedback

Dr. Hans-Christoph Hirt and
Amy D’Eugenio, Hermes EOS

Faith Ward, Environment Agency

15:15

In brief - Engaging in Emerging Markets

Jaime Gornsztejn, Hermes EOS

15:30

In brief - Country principles and voting policies

Tim Goodman, Hermes EOS

15:45

Presenting the draft Engagement Plan

2018 - 2020

Bruce Duguid, Hermes EOS

 

16:30

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Dr. Hans-Christoph Hirt, Hermes EOS

Registration

Please kindly confirm your attendance and any dietary requirements by 16 October using the registration form below:

Contact us

If you have any questions or queries about the event, please contact Felicity McDonald on: felicity.mcdonald@hermes-investment.com.