The 4th annual Sustainable Investment Forum Europe, in partnership with the UNEP-FI, will discuss long term sustainable capital management philosophy, asset allocation approach and outlook for global markets post pandemic. The Forum, taking place across two weeks in April 2021, will convene asset owners and managers, ratings agencies, banks, UN and Government policymakers, investors, development banks, think tanks, and NGOs committed to driving forward the sustainable finance agenda.
Influential speakers share views on how Europe’s sustainable finance market is progressing. How is the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan driving change?
Engage with a range of asset owners with different approaches to sustainability.
How far are investors from being 2C or 1.5C-compatible? Why is progress not happening faster? Are the Sustainable Development Goals triggering investment opportunities?
Investors, asset owners and managers will share best practice for sustainable investment and climate disclosure.
Hear from expert speakers where they see the next big sustainable finance opportunities.
As Europe continues to be a leading sustainable finance centre, the 4th annual Forum will bring together influential market experts to discuss and debate best practice for responsible investment strategies in Europe and globally, examining how investment strategies have adapted to the new trading conditions of a post pandemic green recovery. Through virtual, interactive debates, delegates will be able to shape the discussion, build relationships and network with key industry players in the global sustainable investor market, aligning strategies to meet UN SDGs whilst ensuring a fair and equitable global society as the world continues to adapt to the fallout from COVID-19.