Series Overview

Presented by the Financial Times and FT Moral Money, the FT Investing for Good Series is a flagship portfolio of events designed to bring about positive change through innovative finance. Geo-located in Asia on 8 September and the USA on 2 December along with the European conference held in May the three digital conferences bring together some of the world's foremost thinkers in policy finance and investment.

Expertly moderated by some of the FT’s most senior journalists and editors for over five years now, the FT Investing for Good series will, for the second time, take place online and bring together a stellar line-up of speakers.

Three flagship events built from FT-curated content designed to help redefine what ‘investing for good’ stands for

Hosted by FT Moral Money - the trusted destination for news and analysis on the latest ESG trends

Digitally connect with over 600 senior attendees at each event through greater online networking opportunities

Bringing a unique digital dimension to the FT Investing for Good series

Assess and understand the steps companies are taking to better their ESG standards

Gathering a unique blend of sectors including leading asset managers and institutional investors for the European event and foundation/impact investors for the USA/Asia Summits

CEO, Velos Advisory
“Very interesting event! Great speaker calibre and some very thoughtful points raised.”

Key speakers in 2020 included:

David Blood,

Founder and Senior Partner,

Generation Investment Management LLP

Carine Smith Ihenacho,

Chief Corporate Governance Officer,

Norges Bank Investment Management

Shuyin Tang,


Patamar Capital

Ravi Menon,

Managing Director,

Monetary Authority of Singapore

600+ attendees per event
30+ speakers per event
55% C-suite/Director level attendees