The role of financial institutions in encouraging sustainable commodities and climate smart investments

Clock icon 11:30 - 12:30
The objective of sustainable finance is broadly to achieve economic growth whilst reducing environmental impact, minimising waste, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The expected transition to a lower-carbon economy is estimated to require around US$1 trillion of investments a year for the foreseeable future. Financial institutions therefore have an important role to play in promoting sustainable development and re-orientating the global economy towards more sustainable investments.

In this session, the speakers will give us an insight into: 

  • Has sustainability finally started to take centre stage within financial institutions? 
  • Which sustainable financing options are now available?
  • How are investors taking climate impacts into their decision making?


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Juultje van der Wijk

ING

Managing Director, Commodities Group Lead Agri

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Anna Creed

EU Technical Experts Group on Sustainable Finance

Co-Chair, EU Agriculture Taxonomy

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Libby Bernick

S&P Global

Managing Director and Global Head of Trucost Corporate Business

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For any questions on the conference, please contact:

Tanya Richard
Project Director
tanya.richard@innovation-forum.co.uk
+44 (0) 20 3780 7437

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