Episode 38

Published on:

2nd May 2023

What's happening at RI Australia 2023 - Estelle Parker

The Responsible Investment Association Australasia is gearing up to hold its annual conference in Melbourne May 10-11.

FS Sustainability is proud to be an official media partner to RI Australia 2023, and we’re joined by RIAA’s executive manager, programs Estelle Parker to talk about how RI Australia helps set the scene for responsible investment in Australia, the topics that will be showcased and what she’s particularly looking forward to learning.

To learn more about RI Australia 2023, click here.

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Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis is the Managing Editor of FS Sustainability a Rainmaker title that examines how investors and companies integrate environmental, social and corporate governance issues into their decision-making processes. She has more than a decade's experience covering investment issues for a range of publications in Australia and overseas. She holds an MSc in Politics of the World Economy from the London School of Economics and Political Science and undergraduate degrees in journalism and political science from Boston University.