Invitation to Oxford Sustainable Finance Executive Education Reception
10 March 2020 | 18.30pm, British Academy, Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH
The Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme is now inviting applications for three courses in 2020: the Sustainable Finance Foundation Course, the Climate-related Financial Risk Course, and the Engagement, Stewardship, and Sustainability Course.
Those interested in joining the courses, as well as previous alumni, contributors, and supporters are invited to attend our annual reception during which you'll find out more about the courses, hear from recent participants, and have the opportunity to learn more on our plans for the future. To register your attendance at the reception please RSVP here.
The Race of our Lives
27 April 2020 | 16.30pm, Sheldonian Theatre, University of Oxford | Reception held at Weston Library, Bodleian, University of Oxford
The University of Oxford has the pleasure of inviting you to attend a lecture by the acclaimed investor and philanthropist, Jeremy Grantham CBE, on Monday 27th April 2020 at the Sheldonian Theatre, followed by a drinks reception.
Jeremy Grantham is credited with, among many other things, predicting the 2000 and 2008 downturns. He is a co-founder of GMO, LLC, an investment management firm in Boston. In 1998 Jeremy and his wife Hannelore established the Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment which seeks to protect and improve the health of the global environment and to which they have committed approximately 98% of their net worth. The foundation's grants focus on climate change and biodiversity conservation, with an emphasis on international initiatives.
In 2011, Jeremy was named in the Top 50 Most Influential People in Finance by Bloomberg Markets. In 2013, he was ranked in the top 65 World Thinkers by Prospect Magazine and in 2019, was listed by the Economist's Climate Issue as one of 12 leading "capitalists" in the climate field.
Jeremy was invested as a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in 2015 for his climate change related philanthropy. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a recipient with his wife of the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy.
Please do register as soon as you can as we are very likely to be over subscribed.
Please also see our event archive for past events.