ESG, NextGen and the Next 10 Years

24 November 2021

Reports Legal in association with Jersey Finance




  • Dominic Carman, podcast host, editor Reports Legal
  • Robert Moore, Director – UK, Jersey Finance
  • Simon Finch, Chartered Wealth Manager – Investment Consultant, Enhance Group
  • Josephine Howe, Partner, Ogier


* Impact & Profit: many family office decisions are being guided by ESG. How are lawyers/law firms/wealth advisers adapting?

* Investment strategies: how are clients embracing ESG-focussed investment strategies?

* Client objectives: are philanthropy and impact investing objectives becoming increasingly intertwined?

Dominic Carman, Robert Moore, Simon Finch and Josephine Howe


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