The Invest Europe Responsible Investment Roundtable, set up in 2013, is a permanent forum dedicated to responsible investment and ESG in Europe’s private equity industry. A sub-committee of the Invest Europe Professional Standards Committee, the Roundtable aims to promote responsible investment practices and the consideration of ESG issues throughout Invest Europe's membership and the broader private equity community.
The Roundtable encourages the open exchange of ideas and promotes informed discussion about responsible investment practices and ESG issues. In doing so, it enables industry participants to understand, implement and improve their ESG approaches. The Roundtable also plays an important role in giving expert advice and shaping the association’s position on new policy and legislative measures in the field of sustainable finance, such as the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and the EU Taxonomy.
In addition to Invest Europe's Professional Standards Handbook, which comprises an overview of the responsible investment and ESG factors, the Roundtable has taken a central role in producing our ESG Due Diligence Guide for private equity managers and investors, the Responsible Investment Bibliography and most recently the Invest Europe Climate Change Guide series.
The Responsible Investment Roundtable is composed of a Core Roundtable and an Affiliate Network of experts who are called upon to support the work of the Roundtable when needed.
Maaike van der Schoot, AlpInvest Partners B.V. (Chair)
Erwann Le Ligné, Eurazeo PME (Vice-Chair)
Graeme Ardus, Triton Partners
Nicky Crawford, PwC
Jaideep Das, ERM
Silva Dezelan, Stafford Capital Partners
James Holley, Bridgepoint
Zoë VanderWolk, ETF Partners
Christine Anderson / Stephen Lewis, Blackstone
Stefano Bacci, Ambienta SGR S.p.A.
Adam Black, Coller Capital
Candice Brenet, Ardian
Natasha Buckley, HarbourVest Partners
Rui Chang / Maurice Klaver, PGGM
Isabelle Combarel, SWEN Capital partners
André-Xavier Cooreman / Bart Vercauteren, AvH Growth Capital
Judy Cotte, Onex
Nicolas Cottis, KPMG
Allegra Day, Cinven
Onur Durmus, ERM
Jarlyth Gibson, Advent International
Louis Godron / Fabian Söffge, Argos Wityu
Amara Goeree, Schroders Capital Management
Anna Grgic / Per Norberg, AP6 (Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund)
Felix Heon, Antin Infrastructure Partners
Dörte Höppner, Riverside Europe Partners
Leslie Kapin, Astanor Ventures
Elias Korosis / Lucia Mancisidor, Hermes GPE LLP
Stanley Kwong, KKR
Elin Ljung, Nordic Capital
Caroline Löfgren, Hg
Ivan Massonnat, PAI Partners
Louisa Mesnard, Elaia
Olivier Millet, Eurazeo PME
Carmela Mondino Borromeo, Partners Group AG
Dietrich Mylius, Allianz Capital Partners GmbH
Ines Navarro de Roux, Altamar CAM Partners
Natalia Neuman, Lakestar Advisors
Katharina Neureiter, The Carlyle Group
Viviana Occhionorelli, Astorg
Eimear Palmer / Rosine Vitman, Intermediate Capital Group
Kairat Perembetov, Capital Dynamics
Gabriella Rocco, Energy Impact Partners
Susanne Røge Lund, ATP Private Equity Partners
Chloe Sanders, CVC Capital Partners
Erin Sarret, StepStone Group
Nora Schulte, Genui GmbH
Alex Scott, Pantheon
Adinah Shackleton, Permira Advisers LLP
Patrick Sheehan, ETF Partners
Aga Siemiginowska, Oakley Capital
Jennifer Signori / Joshua Cronin, Neuberger Berman
Robert Sroka, Abris Capital Partners
Lizzie Stazicker, Exponent Private Equity LLP
Jovana Stopic, IK Investment Partners
Rebecca Christine Svensøy, FSN Capital Partners AB
Elvira Viviani, Wise Equity
Sophie Walker / Anna Ström, EQT
Kim Woehl, Montagu Private Equity
Maggie Yang, Verdane Capital
Serge Younes, Investindustrial
The Invest Europe Climate Change Guide constitutes one of the most complete guides on ESG issues, and in particular climate change, for private equity investors to date. It includes tailored guidance, practical tools and concrete business cases made by practitioners for practitioners. Its structure follows a step-by-step approach and is based on three different modules – Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced - covering all stages of investors’ ESG journey.Read more
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