Europe is continuing to cement itself as a leading sustainable finance market. Progress to adopt the key proposals of the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan is rapidly underway and investors are increasingly working to incorporate sustainability into their strategies and portfolios.
The Taskforce for Financial Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) is also pushing climate higher up the finance community agenda. But enormous efforts are still needed in the near-term future to reach the $100 billion/year global climate finance goal and to catalyse the $5-7 trillion required annually to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
Last year’s event attracted leading asset owners managing more than €3 trillion, as well as major asset managers, policymakers, banks, think-tanks and non-profit organisations.
The Sustainable Investment Forum Europe hosted by Climate Action in partnership with UNEP Finance Initiative brings together investment professionals looking to drive the move to a sustainable and low-carbon economy.
Learn about strategies ranging from engagement to impact investing
The route to investor alignment with global targets
How are SDGS driving business and investor action
What are examples of successful investor ESG integration?
Progress driven by Sustainable Finance Action Plan
Reflecting risks in financial reporting
Director of Ethics and Engagement
Chief Investment Officer, Sustainability Manager
Managing Director, Global Head of Sustainable Finance
Head, UNEP Finance Initiative
Independent Clean Energy & Impact Investment Specialist
Managing Director, Global Head of Financial Institutions Business
Director, Investor Engagement, Europe
Director, DG FISMA
Founder & CEO
Chief Responsible Investment Officer
Head of Sustainability Initiatives, Ownership Strategies
Fund Manager NN (L) Global Equity Impact Opportunities