Sustainable Finance

31 January - 2 February

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Synopsis

The funding of the energy transition will require coordination between commercial banks, asset managers, the pension and insurance industries and governments. There needs to be a pragmatic approach taking into account the urgency for change and the practicalities that the global economy needs to function efficiently. Open dialogue is required to ensure that systemic energy failures like we see in the EU are not repeated to the detriment of all citizens. Sustainable finance must be at the forefront of ending greenwashing and ensuring solutions for utilising capital for true impact. Our three-day virtual forum will explore all the issues and solutions for the most basic question. How can the financing of sustainability improve for the good of all?

We will cover six verticals over three days, touching every facet of financing the energy transition and decarbonization, and we welcome your participation.

31 January

  • Green Bonds: Poised for Exponential Growth
  • Venture Capital: The 2023 Rebound or Lingering Concerns?

1 February

  • Project Finance: Fixing a Broken COG

  • Insurance: Climate Driving an Insurance Revolution

2 February

  • Climate ETF’s: Mainstreaming Climate Exposure
  • Sustainable Asset Management: An Honest Appraisal on Capital for Impact

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