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Blockchain 101 for Investors

By: US SIF: The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment Apr 06, 2018

Members will learn about the fundamentals of blockchain and how it works, what investors should understand, and how two industries are considering the impacts as the technology is adopted.

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Start: Friday, 06 Apr 2018 at 02:00 PM
End: Friday, 06 Apr 2018 at 03:00 PM

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Blockchain is a new technology that has the potential to impact a wide variety of industries, including everything from healthcare to food to banking and many others. Its most well-known application is cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. But the potential for blockchain is far greater and is only in its early stages of adoption.

Members will learn about the fundamentals of blockchain and how it works, what investors should understand, and how two industries are considering the impacts as the technology is adopted. Register

What: Blockchain 101 for Investors

 

When: Friday, April 6, 2018 2pm ET

 

Where: Register for the webinar here

 

Presenters:

Sebastian Vanderzeil, Director, Global Thematic Analyst, Cornerstone Capital
Sebastian Vanderzeil is a Director and Global Thematic Analyst with Cornerstone Capital Group. Sebastian’s research spans a range of themes including climate, energy, income inequality, automation and technology. Previously, Sebastian was an economic consultant with global technical services group AECOM, where he advised on the development and finance of major infrastructure across Asia and Australia.

Dave Stangis, Vice President-Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability, Campbell Soup Company
Dave designs and leads Campbell’s overarching CSR, sustainability and community affairs strategy, including its efforts to drive environmental sustainability and make a measureable impact on the health of young people in Campbell communities. Dave works in collaboration with Campbell business units and functions to deliver long term business value across broad Corporate Responsibility platforms including the Marketplace, Community, Environmental Sustainability and the Workplace.

Erika Karp, Founder and CEO, Cornerstone Capital
Erika Karp is Founder and CEO of Cornerstone Capital Inc. The mission of the firm is to apply the principles of sustainable finance across the capital markets, enhancing investment processes through transparency and collaboration. Working with investors, corporations and financial institutions, the firm drives the systematic analysis of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors throughout the global capital markets.

The webinar will be moderated by Bryan McGannon, Director of Policy and Programs, US SIF

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