Investment for Inclusion Forum

Wed Mar 6, 08:30 - Wed Mar 6, 12:30

Two Oceans Aquarium,



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6 March 2019, 08:30 -12:30

GIBS, Illovo, Johannesburg, 2196

The cost of the forum is R495.00. VAT has not been charged.

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Inequality and poverty are significant threats to South Africa’s long-term sustainability and prosperity. The investment industry, which should be a source of innovation and jobs, and a driver of accountability, is not fulfilling its potential to make South African companies better corporate citizens. Changing this and shifting the focus away from short-term returns requires far more than sustainability reporting. Join us for a bold, candid discussion about the challenges to responsible investment in South Africa, and how we can overcome them.

Join some of South Africa’s foremost thought-leaders on responsible investment for a frank and courageous conversation on investment, inequality and corporate citizenship.

Investment for Inclusion - Programme

08h00  Registration & coffee

08h30  Welcome: Investment for Inclusion

              Tracey Davies – Executive Director, Just Share NPC

08h45  Response: the state of the industry

              Nicky Newton-King – CEO, JSE Limited

09h00  SESSION 1: Lightning talks & panellist debate: where are we and how did we get here?

Moderator: Dugan Fraser

  • Sipho Pityana – President, BUSA
  • Andrew Canter – Chief Investment Officer, Futuregrowth Asset Management
  • Wendy Luhabe – Economic activist & social entrepreneur

10h00  Response from the floor & discussion

10h30  Refreshments

11h00  SESSION 2: What needs to change if we want SA’s investment industry to generate more extensive social benefits?

Moderator: Dugan Fraser

  • Asief Mohamed – Chief Investment Officer, Aeon Investment Management
  • Ann Crotty – Financial journalist
  • Shainal Sukha – Senior asset consultant, Sukha & Associates
  • Theo Botha – Shareholder activist
  • Jon Duncan – Head of Responsible Investment, OMIG

12h00  Response from the floor & discussion

12h30  Next steps & close

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About Just Share:

Just Share NPC is a non-profit shareholder activism and responsible investment organisation that promotes the use of investor power for a fairer South Africa. Just Share works with institutional and retail investors, regulators, companies and civil society to drive good corporate citizenship through active ownership and responsible investment. 

If you have any questions, please email [email protected]


  • Nicky Newton-King - CEO, JSE Limited
  • Sipho Pityana - President, BUSA; Chairman, AngloGold Ashanti
  • Andrew Canter - Chief Investment Officer, Futuregrowth Asset Management
  • Wendy Luhabe - South African Entrepreneur
  • Shainal Sukha - Managing Director, Sukha & Associates
  • Jon Duncan - Head of Responsible Investment, Old Mutual Investment Group
  • Theo Botha - Shareholder Activist
  • Asief Mohamed - Chief Investment Officer, Aeon Investment Management
  • Ann Crotty - Finanical journalist 
  • Tracey Davies, Executive Director, Just Share


Who should attend
Company secretaries
Senior executives
Board committee members
Audit committee members
Internal auditors

Practitioners in charge of
  • Corporate governance
  • Responible investment / ESG analyst
  • Compliance
  • Integrated assurance
  • Legal
  • Ethics
  • Risks
  • Internal controls
  • Anti-corruption
  • Fraud management
  • Directors remuneration

 If you are from

  • Financial services industry
  • Businesses/private sector from across industries
  • Institutions, Associations, Academia


Investment for Inclusion Forum
Two Oceans Aquarium,
26 Melville Rd, Illovo, Sandton, 2196, South Africa
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