Fireside chat with Alex Edmans

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There continues to be much hype surrounding ESG Investing and corporate social responsibility. Please join Ainsley To, Head of Multi-Asset at Credo Wealth, as he chats to Professor Alex Edmans, a thought leader in the space. If you're curious about how conventional wisdom is misguided when it comes to purposeful business, be sure to join us for this conversation.

Date: Wednesday, 17 March 2020
Time: 3:30 PM (UK)
Duration: 45 min (plus 15 min for previously submitted questions)

Please send any questions you may have for Alex and Ainsley to no later than midday (UK time) on the event day.

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