SRI 2024

Step into the Future of Sustainable and Responsible Investment

Investing in Human Wellbeing and the planet

20 June 2024: 9:00am-5.00pm

SRI 2024

Step into the Future of Sustainable and Responsible Investment

Investing in Human Wellbeing and the planet

20 June 2024: 9:00am-5.00pm

SRI 2024

Step into the Future of Sustainable and Responsible Investment

Investing in Human Wellbeing and the planet

20 June 2024: 9:00am-5.00pm

The Excitement Awaits as the Countdown to SRI 2024 Begins!

  

Sustainable and Responsible Investment Conference (SRI) 2024 – Investing in Human Wellbeing and the planet

20 June 2024: 9:00am – 5:00pm

HYBRID: Conference Hall, Securities Commission Malaysia or Virtual

SRI 2024 serves as a catalyst to promote discussions and partnerships, collectively addressing challenges and shaping responsible investment practices. Our shared goal is to secure a future where sustainability becomes an inherent part of human existence, ensuring the well-being of both humanity and the planet.

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Why You Should Join SRI 2024!

Gain insights into the vital link between human wellbeing and environmental sustainability, fostering dialogue on solutions benefiting both people and the planet.

Understand governmental pledges to address environmental sustainability and societal resilience, including achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Explore investment opportunities in innovative technologies such as hydrogen production, sustainable aviation fuels and agriTech, contributing to a more sustainable and equitable future.

Why You Should Join SRI 2024!

Gain insights into the vital link between human wellbeing and environmental sustainability, fostering dialogue on solutions benefiting both people and the planet.

Understand governmental pledges to address environmental sustainability and societal resilience, including achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Explore investment opportunities in innovative technologies such as hydrogen production, sustainable aviation fuels and agriTech, contributing to a more sustainable and equitable future.

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Our Speakers

YB Nik Nazmi bin Nik Ahmad

Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Sustainability

Dato’ Seri Dr. Awang Adek Hussin 

Chairman, Securities Commission Malaysia

Tengku Zarina Tengku Chik

Chief Executive Officer, Securities Industry Development Corporation

Professor Tan Sri Dr. Jemilah Mahmood

Executive Director, Sunway Center for Planetary Health, Sunway University

Perpetua George

Asia Pacific Sustainability, Biodiversity, Director, PwC Malaysia

Dr. Hezri Adnan

Director, Group Sustainability, Bursa Malaysia

Muazzam Mohamad

Senior Vice President, Head of Investment Stewardship Division, Permodalan Nasional Berhad

Jigar Shah

Head of Sustainability Research, Maybank Investment Banking Group

Jean-Marc Champagne

Principal and Managing Director, Seneca Impact Advisors

Davis Chong

President, Malaysia Photovoltaic Industry Association (MPIA)

Jenny Ou

Managing Director, Sankina Aquaculture Sdn. Bhd

Paul Holthus

Founding President & CEO, World Ocean Council (Hawaii)

Prof. Dr. Yeong Yik Sung

Director, Institute of Climate Adaptation and Marine Biotechnology

Vikas Arora

Chief of Impact Investing, AVPN

Munirah Khairuddin

CEO Malaysia & Global Shariah & Managing Director, Strategic Distribution & Institutional Client Relations (Southeast Asia & Global Shariah), Principal

Shazurawati Abd Karim

Executive Vice President, TM One

Arina Kok

Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Ernst & Young Consulting Sdn Bhd

Rahimah Ali

Head, Group Sustainability, Malaysia Aviation Group

Tunku Alizakri Alias 

Chairman of Penjana Kapital Sdn Bhd

Tan Sri Abdul Wahid Omar 

Chairman of Bursa Malaysia

Nadiah Hanim Abdul Latif

Sustainability & Social Impact Advocate / President, Malaysian Rare Disorders Society (Conference Moderator)

Dr Matteo Lanzafame

Senior Economist, Asian Development Bank

Tehmina Kaoosji

Independent Broadcast Journalist

Dr Suraya

Director, Research at Khazanah Research Institute (KRI)

Kiu Jia Yaw

Sustainable Development Lawyer, Partner, Kiu & Co

Tan Sri Dr. Mohd Daud Bakar

Chairman of Amanie Group and Chairman of the Shariah Advisory Council, Securities Commission of Malaysia

Shahril Azuar Jimin

Chief Sustainability Officer, Maybank

Vikraman Kalia Purumal, CFA

Group Head of Strategy & Communications, Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad (BPMB)

Margie Ong

CEO, Thoughts In Gear (TLG)

Nik Sharizal Sulaiman

Partner, Sustainability & Climate Change
Leader, Risk Assurance Services, PwC Malaysia

Danial Rahman

CEO, Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute (ASLI)

Sooinn Lee

Co-Founder and CEO, Enuma, Inc (USA)

Peter Ong

Wildlife Photographer, Biodiversity Advocate and Head of Education & Outreach, Roots and Shoots Malaysia

Datuk Zainal Izlan Zainal Abidin

Former Deputy Chief Executive, Securities Commission Malaysia

Jigar Shah

Head of Sustainability Research, Maybank Investment Banking Group (India)

Masayu M Husain

Head (Governance, Planning & Performance) Corporate Sustainability, PETRONAS

Nitin Jain

Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company (India)

Datuk Nik Amlizan

CEO, Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (Diperbadankan) [KWAP]

Chehan P.R Perera, CFA

Head of Research and Strategist, CGS-CIMB Securities

Danny Wong

CEO and Executive Director, Areca Capital Sdn Bhd

Ehon Chan

Partner, Retrospective Discovery, LLP

David Buscall

Sustainability Manager, Sime Darby Motors

Jarod Ho

Head of Sustainability, POS Malaysia Berhad

Dalbir Singh

Senior Director, Asia-Pacific and Japan, Quantela Inc

Wendy Teo

Chartered Architect (UK ARB/RIBA) of Wendy Teo Atelier & Founder and Creative Director of Borneo Laboratory

Vandana Hari

Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Vanda Insights (Singapore)

Davis Chong

President, Malaysian Photovoltaic Industry Association (MPIA)

Bertrand Jabouley

Head of Sustainable Finance, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings (Hong Kong)

Nur Ayuni Zainal Abidin

Principal Assistant Director, Energy Division, Ministry of Economy

Melati Wijsen

Founder, Bye Bye Plastic Bags and YOUTHTOPIA (Indonesia),Forbes’ Top 10 inspiring women in Indonesia

Luqman Hariz

Anchor, Reporter and Producer, Astro AWANI (Conference Moderator)

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SRI 2024 Agenda

Welcome Remarks

Tengku Zarina Tengku Chik Chief Executive Officer, Securities Industry Development Corporation

OPENING ADDRESS

Dato’ Seri Dr. Awang Adek Haji Hussin Chairman, Securities Commission Malaysia

Keynote Address: Planetary Health and Humanity

  • Eco-Anthropocene: The epoch of human-driven ecological transformation
  • Planetary boundaries: Regulating the stability and resilience biophysical subsystems of the planet
  • Earth on the verge of collapse?

In this session, we delve into the concept of Eco-Anthropocene described as an era characterised by human-induced ecological transformations. It will explore the notion of planetary boundaries as a means of regulating the stability and resilience of earth’s biophysical subsystems

Speaker

  • Professor Tan Sri Dr. Jemilah Mahmood Executive Director, Sunway Centre for Planetary Health, Sunway University

Special Address

YB Nik Nazmi bin Nik Ahmad Minister of Natural Resources & Environmental Sustainability

Planetary Health and Sustainability Discourse

  • Government’s commitment to achieve net zero carbon emission by 2050.
  • The goal of making one billion people more resilient to climate change, migration, and human security challenges by 2030.

This session will highlight the government’s pledge to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Additionally, there is a parallel goal to enhance resilience in one billion people against climate change, migration, and human security challenges by 2030. This dual commitment reflects a comprehensive approach to address both environmental sustainability and societal resilience.

Moderator: Nadiah Hanim Abdul Latif Head of Strategy Programs &
Partnerships at GoTo Impact Foundation

Speakers

  • YB Nik Nazmi bin Nik Ahmad Minister of Natural Resources & Environmental Sustainability
  • Professor Tan Sri Dr. Jemilah Mahmood Executive Director, Sunway Centre for Planetary Health, Sunway University

Networking, Booth Exhibitions & Demo

Climate Commitments and Investments: Progress, Challenges and Opportunities Ahead for the Capital Market

  • Loss and damage fund: What was agreed at COP28
  • How SRI Taxonomy propel the capital market
  • Voluntary carbon market (VCM) handbook reference point for market players
  • Potentials and challenges to creating sustainability funds
  • Envisioning and inspiring new business leaders

This session will explore the agreements made at COP28 regarding the Loss and Damage Fund, understand the transformative impact of the SRI Taxonomy on the capital market, and learn how the Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM) Handbook serves as a crucial guide for market players. It will also delve into the potentials and challenges of establishing sustainability funds, and gain insights on envisioning and inspiring a new generation of business leaders committed to driving positive environmental and social impact.

Moderator: Perpetua George Asia Pacific Sustainability, Biodiversity, Director, PwC Malaysia

Panellists

  • Dr. Hezri Adnan Director, Group Sustainability, Bursa Malaysia
  • Muazzam Mohamad Senior Vice President, Head of Investment Stewardship Division, Permodalan Nasional Berhad
  • Jigar Shah Head of Sustainability Research, Maybank Investment Banking Group

Beneath the Surface: Investments for Preservation of Marine Biodiversity for Sustainable Seas

  • Blue carbon catchers – The ocean’s climate shield
  • Investment opportunities in the blue economy
  • Measuring blue economy performance
  • Aquaculture unicorns – Making waves in sustainable seafood innovation

The session will explore the role of “Blue carbon catchers” as a climate shield for the ocean, emphasising their significance in climate mitigation. It will also delve into investment opportunities within the blue economy, assessing the economic potential of sustainable ocean-related ventures.

Moderator: Jean-Marc Champagne Principal and Managing Director, Seneca Impact Advisors

Panellists

  • Jenny Ou Managing Director, Sankina Aquaculture Sdn. Bhd
  • Paul Holthus Founding President & CEO, World Ocean Council (Hawaii)
  • Prof. Dr. Yeong Yik Sung Director, Institute of Climate Adaptation and Marine Biotechnology

Networking Lunch

Impact Investing – Gearing for Positive Social Impact and Financial Return

  • Impact Investing – How is it different from the rest?
  • Why impact investing matters now
  • How impact investing compliment Islamic capital market
  • The power of impact investing in generating competitive financial returns with positive social impact

This session will explore the unique characteristics of impact investing and its distinguishing features from other investment approaches. It will also delve into the significance of impact investing, emphasizing its relevance in the present socio-economic context. The discussion will also elaborate on common shared values between impact investing and the aspirations of the Maqasid Al-Shariah Guidance.

Moderator: Vikas Arora Chief of Impact Investing, AVPN

Panellists

  • Munirah Khairuddin CEO Malaysia & Global Shariah & Managing Director, Strategic Distribution & Institutional Client Relations (Southeast Asia & Global Shariah), Principal
  • Jean-Marc Champagne Principal and Managing Director, Seneca Impact Advisors

Investing in Sustainable, Innovative and Green Technologies

  • Shades of tomorrow: Exploring the future of hydrogen economy in gray, blue and green perspectives
  • Skyward sustainability: Pioneering the future with sustainable and renewable energy
  • Precision agriculture: Leveraging technology to boost productivity and profitability

This session will explore the future of the hydrogen economy, examining it through gray, blue, and green perspectives,
encompassing different production methods and their environmental impacts. It will also underline the aspirations and
principles of the Maqasid Al-Shariah Guidance particularly on the aspiration to cultivate attainment of basic needs and
innovation.

Moderator: Davis Chong President, Malaysia Photovoltaic Industry Association (MPIA)

Panellists

  • Shazurawati Abd Karim Executive Vice President, TM One
  • Arina Kok Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Ernst & Young Consulting Sdn Bhd
  • Rahimah Ali Head, Group Sustainability, Malaysia Aviation Group

Networking, Booth Exhibitions & Demo

Suite Debate: Doing Bad While Doing Good

  • Renewables vs. Hydrogen: Which is the sustainable future fuel?
  • Carbon neutrality offsetting: Ethical solution or convenient excuse?
  • Greenwashing: Navigating the fine line between sustainability and marketing gimmicks
  • Local standards in a global supply chain: Balancing sustainability and efficiency
  • Investing in talent to drive for positive change

A debate exploring the complexities surrounding actions that, on the surface, may appear beneficial or socially responsible but have negative repercussions or unintended consequences. Situations where certain actions or initiatives aimed at promoting positive social or environmental outcomes inadvertently contribute to or mask underlying negative impacts. One of the hotly debated topics on top of the sustainability agenda is investment in talent.

Moderator: Nadiah Hanim Abdul Latif Head of Strategy Programs & Partnerships at GoTo Impact Foundation

Panellists

  • Tunku Alizakri Raja Muhammad Alias Chairman of Penjana Kapital Sendirian Berhad
  • Tan Sri Abdul Wahid Omar Chairman of Bursa Malaysia Berhad

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8 CPD Hours

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Programme Number: 10001399162

Note: In-person participants are eligible for 10 CPE points, while virtual participants are eligible for 5 CPE points under “Self-Directed” learning mode. This “Self-Directed” mode is capped at 5 CPE points per cycle period.

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