Update as of September 2, 2021: After an extensive evaluation process, we have made the decision to continue to host this conference as an in-person event! To read more about this decision and the safety protocols click here.
If you are no longer able to attend the event, you can request a refund of your registration by COB on September 15th.
Join us October 10-12, 2021 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, CO
Cost per attendee, before September 15th, is $425. Cost after September 15th is $475.
This year First Affirmative Financial Network will be hosting ESG for Impact! Similar to our prior Summit Camps, it is a two-day, advisor-focused event. ESG for Impact! has been an evolution in our community. More than 30 years ago, the first group of socially responsible investors gathered to share ideas. We are proud of the role this Community has played in bringing authentic SRI to the mainstream. We invite you to join other leaders and disruptors in this space to see how we can bring increased sustainable investment options to our clients, and to discuss the threats and opportunities inherent in the rapidly growing use of ESG terminology and techniques across the investment landscape.
At ESG for Impact! participants can expect to:
- Attend sessions focused on SRI issues: investments, strategies, and concepts
- Hear from industry leaders
- Learn how to build your advisory business and tell your story to the market
- Obtain up to 6 CE-credits, from the CFP Board of Standards
- Connect with other like-minded professionals integrating SRI into their practices
- Meet key SRI mutual fund and other investment management representatives
- And much more
Learn more about the SRI SERVICE AWARD Hall of Fame!
We continue to follow Covid-19 and the Delta variant impacts closely, and we are committed to providing an engaging and safe event. Here are the safety protocols that will be in place if you attend the conference:
We will ask that all participants wear masks while participating in the event. All participants will be expected to be able to show proof of complete vaccination for COVID 19 (less booster shots, which will not be fully available by October 10), unless they have a valid medical exemption or firmly held religious belief. Persons with valid medical exemptions will be asked to provide proof of a negative test within 3 days of the event and then will be supported as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Persons not vaccinated due to religious beliefs will be asked to provide proof of a negative test within 3 days of the event and may face additional restrictions on participation. Note that as of September 2, 94% of persons currently registered report that they are vaccinated.
To read the full announcement, click here