China SIF

We are committed to promoting the development of socially responsible investment in China

Traditionally, listed companies are the main subjects that are required or encouraged to disclose their carbon related data. Nowadays, asset management institutions are also being evaluated on the management of climate change risks in their portfolios.
Ms Frances Way (CDP); Mr Julian Poulter(Asset Owners Disclosure Project); Mr Li Rusong, CDP China Programme Director
The Inquiry program is initiated by UNEP to advance design options that would deliver a step change in the financial system’s effectiveness in mobilizing capital towards a green and inclusive economy.
Mr. Simon Zadek
Chinese and Korean Experts from Asia CSR Expert Committee gathered at the Second China SIF Annual Conference to discuss about the best CSR performers in China, Korea and Japan and the future of East Asia 30.
Prof. Liu Xuezhi , Prof. Qian Xiaojun and Mr. Karl Chun Seung Yang
The measurement of external environmental cost is quite different from that of pollution loss in a financial report. Companies will need more consideration on the cost-benefit analysis when doing the environmental cost measurement.
Long Feng (CAEP), Xiao Hong (PwC), Zhao Lijian (Energy Foundation)
The 19th China Social Investment Forum shared guests’ views on responsible investment in different asset types and the development of responsible investment in the US and China, supporting by Beijing Normal University and CreditEase.
Steve Lydenberg (Domini Social Investments, and the Initiative for Responsible Investment at Harvard University), David Wood (the Initiative for Responsible Investment at Harvard University)
The 18th China SIF invited Narina Mnatsakanian and Naheeda Rashid introduced their experience in engagement on sustainability issues such as the climate change and air pollution with stakeholders, especially listed companies.
Narina Mnatsakanian (MN), Naheeda Rashid (Hermes)

About China SIF

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China SIF (China Social Investment Forum) is a non-profit membership association that aims to provide a platform for investors and other stakeholders to discuss SRI opportunities in China, and promote the development of China’s SRI market.

China SIF invites guest speakers, including professionals from SRI organizations, corporate social responsibility experts, and representatives from financial market home and abroad, to join online and offline discussions about SRI in China.

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    Jiang Dan
    (8610)8444 8189
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    Wu Yanjing
    (8610)5869 9466 ext.8007(English)