Fiona Reynolds, Managing Director of the UN Principles of Responsible Investment, will speak to this open public forum on the COP26 conference and its outcomes, followed by a Q&A.
COP26 has been described as 'our last best chance' to combat climate change. The outcomes are still in the balance, but there is growing concern that the conference is excluding those it is supposed to represent. Fiona Reynolds is there in her role as UNPRI Managing Director and will give us unique insight into what happened and what the outcomes mean for working people.
About Fiona Reynolds
Fiona Reynolds is Managing Director of the PRI, responsible to the board for the PRI’s global operations which includes more than 1350 signatories representing over US$45 trillion in assets under management, across 50 countries.
Fiona has more than 20 years’ experience in the pension sector working in particular with the Australian Government and has played a key role in advocating pension policy change on behalf of working Australians.
Fiona has a particular interest in retirement outcomes for women. Prior to joining PRI, Fiona spent seven years as the Chief Executive Officer at the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (“AIST”) an association for Australian asset owners. Fiona has formerly been a Director of AUSfund, Industry Funds Credit Control, Australia for UNHCR and the National Network of Women in Super.
In September 2012 she was named by the Australian Financial Review as one of Australia’s top 100 women of influence for her work in public policy. Fiona also serves on the Councils of the International Integrated Reporting.