Sustainability: The new standard for investing

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Summary

There is growing investor recognition that sustainability-related issues, like climate change or data security, can have a material impact on long-term investment risk and return. Sustainable investing can help investors uncover risks and identify opportunities that may be beyond the scope of traditional financial analysis. In this webinar, iShares explains why they believe investors should start investing sustainably, and how to start incorporating sustainability into your portfolio.

Speaker

Tanvi Pradhan
Tanvi Pradhan, Vice President, US Sustainable iShares ETF Product Strategy, BlackRock

Tanvi Pradhan, Vice President, is on the product strategy team for US iShares Sustainable ETFs, with a focus on education, content, and distribution. Before joining BlackRock, she led ESG and impact research, integration, and reporting for institutions and high net worth clients for Royal Bank of Canada's SRI Wealth Management Group. Prior to RBC, Tanvi worked with the SF State University Foundation, where she advanced portfolio decarbonization by developing a model to assess carbon footprint for equity portfolios. Tanvi started her career as a trader in the Prime Services division at Barclays Investment Bank in Hong Kong.

Tanvi has a Bachelor's degree with distinction in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering from University of Pune, India. She earned an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India. Tanvi earned a second MBA from the San Francisco State University, U.S.A., upon taking courses in sustainable business and graduated with the Beta Gamma Sigma international honor. She was a top-10 global finalist at the Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge in 2015, and an SRI Scholarship Winner at the SRI Conference in 2016.

She holds the Series 7 and Series 66 licenses.

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