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June 21, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The AMICE Congress Workshop Series explores the core themes of the recent Congress in greater depth and provides tangible takeaways. The first workshop in the series, puts sustainability in the spotlight.
Transforming Sustainable Credentials: Property
ESG criteria embed the requirements for socially conscious investors to evaluate the true sustainability impact of potential investments. Sustainable construction and energy efficiency are now rarely out of the headlines, and investing in sustainable assets is firmly on the insurance sector’s boardroom agenda.
Momentum is gathering, technological advances are being made, industry initiatives are gaining traction, and awareness is growing. But, how does the mutual/cooperative insurance sector focus its efforts to accelerate its transformation and ensure a collaborative pan-European process for better evaluated and therefore more sustainable buildings?
Many mutual insurers are already adopting a responsible approach to their property portfolio and investments, but how much action is proactive rather than reactive? What are the next best steps to help to ensure that the sector’s sustainable credentials continue to be upheld?
In this workshop we explore the QUEST project, which is funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 Programme, and includes non-profit partnerships. The main goal of QUEST is to establish true sustainability and energy efficiency credentials by identifying and empirically risk-grading factors that influence the energy performance of buildings, to facilitate more effective investment in sustainable buildings. This is the first fully digital tool for this type of evaluation, providing transparent and comparable data. A longer-term aim of the project is to establish a structured European database of comparable data on the property sustainability credentials.
QUEST project representatives will provide more insight into the details of the technical risks that go into building projects, why they exist and how we can mitigate them. The aim is to give a clear overview to financial stakeholders to know what to look at and identify what crucial points are, and establish partnerships for evaluating green credentials in property.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- ESG experts
- Investment professionals
- Sustainability professionals
- Strategy experts
- Asset managers
- Why go green?
The sustainability imperative for mutual and cooperative insurers.
- Challenges and options for green investments in real estate
Evaluating your investments in efficient and sustainable buildings.
- Quality management services
Ensuring lower operational risk, higher quality buildings and enhanced liquidity.
- Data-driven insights
The case for the development of a reliable quality management methodology.
- Sarah Goddard, Secretary General, AMICE
- Stefan Plesser, Founder and Managing Director, Synavision
- Cormac Ryan, Director, COPILOT
We hope that you can join us! Register your attendance here.