In partnership with City of London Corporation and the Green Finance Initiative
Environmental Finance, in association with the City of London Corporation and Green Finance Initiative, will hold their inaugural conference on 14 September 2017 at the Guildhall in London.
Attend this summit to hear the latest trends and learn about the drivers set to shape green equity investments.
The shift towards a low-carbon economy is gathering pace, creating both opportunities and risks for investors. You will hear from high-profile investors in both listed equities and private equity, who will share their insights on the risk and return characteristics of sustainable stocks, their efforts to decarbonise their portfolios, and how the investment universe might be impacted by the changing policy landscape.
Special offer for UNEP FI:
- 30% discount with code UNEP30
- Free for pension Funds and Endowments
Highlights from the programme include:
- Driving green growth – recent green equity developments and future outlook
- The progress of FSB’s Task-force for Climate-related financial disclosure
- New industries and digitalisation
- Pre COP – the role of Green Equities in implementing the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals
Listed Equity stream:
- The rise of low-carbon indicies and ETFs
- Green Equities and measuring impact
- Investor panel
- Innovating green finance products
Private Equity Stream:
- A major private equity firm’s perspective on green investments
- The LP Panel
- Green equity opportunities in emerging markets
- Moving towards climate-aligned private equity investing
- Assessing the sustainability of new investments and current portfolios
For more information, to register or view the agenda visit or email [email protected]
UNEP Finance Initiative is pleased to be a supporter of Environmental Finance‘s 2017 events series, taking place in Europe and North America.
The conferences feature lively panel discussions providing in-depth insights and keynote presentations on a broad range of environmental issues including sustainable investments, climate change, weather risk management, policy and legislation, environmental insurance, and more.