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ESG in agri commodities – a financial and data driven perspective

    On 9 November 5 PM SGT, Smartkarma Analyst Kyle Rudden and CEO of Helixtap, Farah Miller Will Run Through the ESG Landscape in Agri Commodities Through a Financial and Data Driven Perspective.

    In the next webinar, we have Smartkarma Insight Provider Kyle Rudden, who will be joined by the CEO of Helixtap, Farah Miller. They will run through the ESG landscape in agri commodities through a financial and data driven perspective. Through their discussion on the importance of data in planning ESG goals in supply chains, they will also highlight how Helixtap’s data and products can help companies meet their sustainability targets.

    The webinar will be hosted on Wednesday, 9 November 2022, 17:00 SGT/HKT.

    Kyle Rudden is an ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) analyst with an alpha-centric approach to ESG research. Previously, an Institutional Investor and Wall Street Journal All-Star sell-side analyst at J.P. Morgan, he believes global sustainability – i.e., environmental stewardship, social equality, and economic prosperity – is imperative, and private-sector capital is its cornerstone. Private-sector capital still has fiduciary responsibilities. Profitability is necessary for sustained impact. The Triple Bottom Line. People, Planet, AND Profit. You can expect his insights to be investigative research into emergent ESG issues; data-driven analyses of deals (pre-IPO ESG research, ESG-focused M&A consequence analyses, etc.); and trading-oriented ideas like ESG short selling and playing ESG index constituency changes. He brings both ESG expertise and traditional investing experience, as well as some rather unique perspectives on ESG (a lesson in governance from Enron, anyone?). Kyle has spent the last decade exclusively on ESG, researching links to equity returns, credit ratings, cost of capital, and yield spreads. He also contributed to ESG reporting standards (SASB and GRI), and the MBA curriculum (Impact Investing) at the Kellogg School of Management.