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Do ESG portfolios outperform?
Do ESG portfolios outperform?
Rainmaker Information's first webinar for 2022 will look at the impact that "ESG" has on investment returns, be it through managed funds, ETFs or superannuation products.

The webinar will canvas the performance and volatility effects of ESG portfolios across asset classes and across channels. By the end of it, you will definitely be able to answer the question: do ESG products outperform?

The webinar will take approximately 45 minutes.


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Alex Dunnin
Executive director, research and compliance @Rainmaker Information
Alex Dunnin is the executive director of research and compliance at the Rainmaker Group, one of Australia’s leading financial services research and publications companies. He is the Rainmaker group’s primary researcher, lead analyst and opinion maker. He is a contributing writer for Financial Standard where he writes about industry and market trends and how Australia’s political and economic landscape interacts with financial services and in particular superannuation.
John Dyall
Head of Investment Research @Rainmaker Information
John Dyall has 20 years of experience working with clients on both the institutional side (large superannuation funds) and retail side of investment advice. Currently Head of Investment Research at Rainmaker Information. John has a Bachelor of Business in Economics and Finance from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University) and has been a CFA charterholder since 1998.
Rachel Alembakis
Managing editor @FS Sustainability
Rachel Alembakis is the Managing Editor of FS Sustainability a Rainmaker Group 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.