15 April 2021, 5:00 am
15 April 2021, 6:30 am
Online via Zoom

HHL welcomes Marisa Drew, Chief Sustainability Officer & Global Head of Sustainability Strategy, Advisory & Finance at Credit Suisse, to a most insightful fireside chat with our Dean, Prof. Dr. Stephan Stubner. The following topics will be highlighted and exploratively discussed during their talk:

  • What are the different strategies in sustainable investing?
  • What is the "Double Delta of Impact Investing"? How do investors create impact?
  • How do you measure impact on investors' level?
  • Where is sustainable investing heading and what are the next super trends?

The fireside chat will be held in English.

Wondering who Marisa Drew is?

Since 2020 Marisa Drew is the Chief Sustainability Officer and Global Head of Sustainability Strategy, Advisory and Finance at Credit Suisse. Considered an industry trailblazer, Marisa is one of the few women to have run an investment bank – for a global bank.
As a passionate advocate for sustainable finance, Marisa is driven to help mobilize capital for positive change and believes cross-sector collaboration is key to tackling systemic challenges. She has been recognized by the BBC as one of the Most Powerful Women in Britain and by Fortune Magazine as one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in International Business.
In addition to her work at Credit Suisse, Marisa is on the advisory boards of the charities Room-to-Read and the Lessons for Life Foundation.

HHL is looking forward to this interesting fireside chat with Marisa Drew and our Dean. The fireside chat is part of HHL's cooperation with the Credit Suisse. The cooperation is organized by Hanns-Christian Ehret, Head Business Development & Sales Europe at Credit Suisse and HHL Alumni Association President, and Prof. Dr. Alexander Lahmann, Holder of the Chair of Mergers & Acquisitions at HHL. The cooperation culminates in a joint lecture on Capital Market Theory and Investments.

Interested? Then sign up now.

We are hoping to see you all there.

Alumni Relations at HHL