DescriptionTo help direct capital to where it is needed, policymakers are developing sustainable finance taxonomies and definitions at regional (EU) and national level. Increasing numbers of asset managers and institutional investors are investing in sustainable infrastructure. But despite increasing ambition, new approaches are needed to reallocate capital and scale-up investment. At sub-national level, given that regions and cities are responsible for around 65% of climate and environment-related public investment in the OECD, decisions of regional authorities and mayors will be critical to ensuring a green, sustainable recovery.
Day 3 High-Level Plenary: Accelerating greener investment: the role of taxonomies, asset managers and institutional investors, regions and cities with Special Keynote from Martina Cheung
Oct 8th, 09:00 am - 10:30 am
S&P Global Market Intelligence,
President, Special Keynote before the...
Lombard Odier Investment Managers
Senior investment strategist for...
Marion de Marcillac
Executive Director & Business Manager...
HM Treasury, United Kingdom
Economic Secretary (and City Minister)
MP and member of the EU Committee of...
Director, Environment Directorate
European Investment Bank (EIB)
Head of Division
Policy Advisor Trainee
Jorge Muñoz Wells
City of Lima
Mayor of Lima
Joaquim Oliveira Martins
Deputy Director, Centre for...
Climate Policy Initiative