Hillbreak Director and Co-Founder, Miles Keeping, will be speaking at the renowned Hermes’ RPI Awards on Monday 13th of November, alongside Hermes’ Andrew Parry (Head of Equities & Impact investment) and Ben Sanderson (Director of Fund Management.)
In addition to the annual tradition of recognising outstanding performance on environmental and social matters amongst Hermes’ external property managers, the event this year will focus on the role of real estate in helping to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, particularly through the promotion and deployment of “Positive Impact Finance”. Real estate can play an important role on many of these global priorities, including by helping transition to a low-carbon economy by scaling-up finance for energy efficiency, as well through sustainable place making and urban regeneration and the provision of social housing to support sustainable, resilient cities.
Miles will focus on the role and benefits of Strategic Foresight in the context of impact investing, contributing to the delivery of UN SDG outcomes, and advancing the climate agenda.
Following presentations, the speakers will be bringing their various expertise to a round table discussion, and exploring what Positive Impact Finance means for investors and real estate professionals in an active debate.
The Hermes’ Presentation of Responsible Property Investment Awards will be chaired by Hermes Real Estate CEO Chris Taylor.