Is sustainable transitioning the solution to minimize humanity’s impact on the environment?
Without a proven correlation between human activity and climate change, does sustainability transitioning still make sense, or is it another business gimmick?
This webinar, hosted by international finance expert and TIAS visiting CSR lecturer and alumnus, Stanley Anyetei, aims to provide an environment for participants to engage on this topic, deepening your knowledge of CSR and business. It offers you the opportunity to exchange views with a thought leader in this field and with other ambitious young professionals.
Tuesday, November 29, 4PM-5PM Central European Time (CET) (online)
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About Stanley Anyetei
Stanley Anyetei has spent more than 18 years in the banking sector, with a particular focus in the sustainability sector in the last 8 years on investment, enterprise development, and scholarly interventions to promote knowledge sharing.
Stanley is an investment officer at Triodos Investments Management, the investment arm of Triodos Bank, which undertakes direct investments in a variety of sectors including energy and climate, inclusive development and sustainable agriculture across the globe.
Before joining Triodos, Stanley was Head of Investments at PYMWYMIC, a European community of high-net-worth families, philanthropists, and individual investors who support for-profit companies creating global solutions to societal and environmental challenges. Stanley started his career as an investment banker for Investec Bank in 2003, advising organizations on a variety of strategic and financing initiatives with particular emphasis on investment structuring and product development.
Stanley is currently a board member at Signify Foundation and the Einstein Legacy Foundation, holds an MBA from TIAS Business School, a Corporate Social Responsibility Program from Georgetown University, USA, and Masters in Finance and Investments from UCT. Stanley is also a senior and visiting lecturer at TIAS Business School, Maastricht University, and Nova School of Management.