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SRI/Environment-led/Impact Investing - Where and how to allocate to, expected returns
Radio Feature 45: Alfred Evans in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Wednesday, April 04, 2012
radio Alfred Evans is founder and CEO of Islan, and Director of Bunge Emissions Group. He has 20 years of professional experience in emerging markets, energy and environment. Before founding Islan Asset Management, Alfred was a manager in Bunge’s Financial Services Group where he held several senior positions over his seven-year tenure, including as CEO of Ecoinvest Carbon SA -acquired by Bunge under his guidance.
          In this radio feature he share his expertise on the evolution and outlook for SRI/impact - driven investments, investment opportunities in Africa and emerging markets for sustainable and impact investments, and available markets in emissions, forestry and agriculture...

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SRI/Environment-led/Impact Investing - Where and how to allocate to, expected returns

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  • Q1 - Could you start by walking us through the evolution and outlook for impact and SRI-driven investments?

    Duration: 02:27 


  • Q2 - Could you elaborate on the opportunities in Africa and in other emerging markets for sustainable and impact investments?

    Duration: 03:36 


  • Q3 - Impact investing and SRI investment prospects in other emerging markets outside of Africa - which would they be and why?

    Duration: 00:51 


  • Q4 - What could be the expected returns for investors looking to invest in these strategies?

    Duration: 01:54 


  • Q5 - How does SRI and impact investment tie in with the available markets and assets in emissions, forestry and agriculture?

    Duration: 04:11 



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