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Absorbed all Yankee Corporates into their respective industry classifications. Changed the liquidity constraint on the ABS Index—old constraint: Special representatives use their expertise to develop a greater coherent effort in making sure that the FCO works closely and effectively with foreign powers.
Previous roles in government: The work of the group focuses on developing policy positions to tackle major environmental challenges in a way that is environmentally effective and can deliver economic benefits.
Nick is responsible for the overall management of the Aldersgate Group, including the development of its work programme, its relationships with key EU and UK political and business stakeholders and its robust representation of member views to government ministers and parliamentarians.
Nick oversees the development of all Aldersgate Group reports and policy briefings. Prior to that, Nick spent six years working as an environmental and energy lawyer with global law firm CMS. Nick holds a First-Class English and Germany Law Degree from the University of Kent, where he specialised in environmental law and received a prize for his dissertation on the effectiveness of emission trading schemes in tackling climate change.
Nick has published widely including, The Corporation that Changed the World: The Under Secretariat is responsible for the formulation of economic policies focused on credit and capital markets, insurance and private pension. He acted also as Economic Adviser the National Treasury. In the private sector, he worked in Santander Group from to dealing with capital and liquidity issues.
Before joining Aviva, Paddy spent nine years working for the British government, specialising in public finance and international negotiations. Given his background, Paddy is particularly interested in public-private collaboration to deliver climate and sustainability outcomes and believes the private sector has an essential role to play in delivering the UN Paris and Sustainable Development Goal agreements.
He holds degrees from the University of Cambridge and the University of Leeds. Founded in , CDP is a non-profit organization which created and operates the global disclosure platform for companies, cities, states and regions to measure, manage and share vital data on their environmental performance. Peter has more than a decade of experience working in media and journalism and has been Editor of Environmental Finance since May Environmental Finance has been reporting at the intersection between finance and the environment since It has a particular focus on the way in which finance can be used to address environmental problems, such as climate change, and looks at how investors can boost returns or manage risk amid the transition to a low-carbon, resource-efficient economy.
Key themes covered by the publication include: Mirova currently manages around EUR 9 billion, distributed across equities, fixed income, infrastructure and impact investing. Rafael is an economist with experience in the design and implementation of microeconomic policy and regulation in areas such as competition, finance, telecommunications and recently green finance.
Has focused on issues related to the operation and design of the Mexican financial system such as the laws and regulations of credit bureaus, flow and protection of personal data, corporate bankruptcy, financial guarantees and payment systems.
He has been working in London since September He has completed his Post Graduate degree in Engineering. Rhian began her year banking career at Barclays Investment Bank, where she spent 10 years in Leveraged Finance and Financial Sponsors coverage before holding a succession of leadership roles across Barclays Corporate Bank and Barclaycard.
Trucost assesses and prices risks relating to climate change, natural resource constraints and broader ESG factors, enabling companies and financial institutions to understand exposure to ESG factors, inform resilience and identify the transformative solutions of tomorrow. Richard is an expert in sustainable finance and over the last 16 years he has advised various UN bodies, governments, financial intuitions, companies and NGOs on how to integrate climate change and natural capital analysis into their decision making.
Previously, Richard was a strategy consultant and began his career as a neuroscientist. He holds a Ph. RS Robin Smale Director. He received a CBE in for services to the economy through risk, insurance and sustainable growth. He was appointed a Group General Manager in Russell holds an MA in Mathematics from Cambridge and is a chartered accountant. Sherry works closely with HM Government and regulators and stakeholders in Financial and Professional services to create sustainable links with Asia including Greater China, India and Singapore.
Her particular focus is on Financial and Business Services and the Technology sectors, as key industries of cross border growth.
He is a former Group Chief Investment Officer, with over twenty years of investment management experience. Simon moved into sustainability after being asked to forecast long-term asset class returns. These are likely to be materially different going forward as issues such as climate change, resource depletion and stakeholder rights bite.
It is clear that other sectors of financial services will also be affected, such as banking, insurance and personal financial services. Simon now seeks to use the insight and expertise of UKSIF members throughout UK financial services to drive change to the benefit of society and clients.
Sir Roger joined S. He has worked in and around the primary debt and equity capital markets most of his career. Roger was Lord Mayor of the City of London in She has been working in the corporate governance and responsible investment industry since He is responsible for the direct supervision of forty international banks operating in the UK, the authorisation of new international banks, peer analysis, horizon scanning and risk surveillance, coordination of contingency planning and crisis management.
He is also involved in the Bank's work focused on assessing climate-related risks to the financial system and developments in green finance. Here he experienced first-hand the necessity of, and opportunities for, change by working in his two main fields of responsibility: Tim Nixon is the founder and managing editor of the Thomson Reuters Sustainability site.
Tim has contributed at many global policy-making events, including those hosted by the World Bank, the United Nations, and the Economist. He is a frequent author of multiple reports on global greenhouse gas emission trends from the largest companies of the world. Tim is a lawyer by training and has spent most of his career working to build change-leading initiatives. Thanks to the integration of Pioneer Investments, it now manages more than 1. Amundi offers its clients in Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle-East and the Americas a wealth of market expertise and a full range of capabilities across the active, passive and real assets investment universes.
Headquartered in Paris, and listed since November , Amundi is the 1st asset manager in Europe by market capitalization. Leveraging the benefits of its increased scope and size, Amundi has the ability to offer new and enhanced services and tools to its clients. Thanks to its unique research capabilities and the skills of more than 4 team members and market experts based in 37 countries, Amundi provides retail, institutional and corporate clients with innovative investment strategies and solutions tailored to their needs, targeted outcomes and risk profiles.
Confidence must be earned. Their data on Climate Value-at-Risk allows professional investors to protect assets, optimize performance and reach sustainability goals. About the Green Investment Group and Macquarie Group Green Investment Group Limited GIG is a specialist in green energy principal investment, project delivery and the management of portfolio assets and related services.
The business was acquired by Macquarie Group in The track record, expertise and capability of the combined business make GIG a global leader in green investment, supporting the growth of the global green economy. Macquarie Group is a global provider of banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services. Founded in , Macquarie employs more than 14, people in over 25 countries. For more information, visit www. Environmental Finance provides the latest news and in-depth analysis on the funding, financing and investment opportunities and risks arising as the world transitions to a low carbon economy.
We also publish a quarterly magazine which is sent to subscribers as part of their annual subscription. Please register for a free no-obligation trial to explore all the content online for one month. Our customers rely on us to deliver the intelligence, technology and expertise they need to find trusted answers. The business has operated in more than countries for more than years. Thomson Reuters shares are listed on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges symbol: The Chartered Banker Institute is the largest professional body for bankers in the UK, with more than 30, members.
Founded in , to serve the public interest by enhancing and sustaining the highest standards of customer-focused, ethical professionalism in banking, our work today is as important as it was years ago. The introduction of a comprehensive and world-leading UK climate-related and sustainability-related financial disclosure framework is a key priority for the City of London Green Finance Initiative GFI.
There are strong economic and financial arguments for greater disclosure of environment-related risk, opportunity and impact — particularly those related to climate change. There are also compelling reasons for UK leadership on these issues. Please enter the building via the Guildhall Art Gallery entrance. Refreshments will be available. Introducing these voluntary climate-related financial disclosures will mean greater transparency and information for investors to measure and respond to escalating climate risks.
By assessing, mitigating and managing climate risks, businesses can promote financial stability, improve their resilience and capture opportunities. In the transition to a low-carbon economy what are the next steps needed to bring climate-related disclosures into the mainstream of financial reporting and into the heart of corporate governance?
Green infrastructure financing is key to our transition to a sustainable and climate resilient economy. This panel will examine the investment case for green energy and infrastructure, barriers to capital flows and how global governments and investors can facilitate green infrastructure development and financing.
Sessions resume at Please go the breakout session of your choice space permitting. Looking at the UK green loan market this session explores what regulatory support industry needs to facilitate further green loans and develop securitisation.
This panel will discuss key trends and developments in both the regulatory space and private sector relevant to climate risk disclosure. How can we create the most comprehensive disclosure framework in the world? This session will explore how the private sector, academia and policymakers can together grow the green digital finance market and embed transformative new green finance technologies into market ecosystems.
How can we unlock the potential of the green digital finance market to successfully transition to a more sustainable world? What interventions can drive further market development? Innovators and policymakers will discuss measures required to incentivise and facilitate growth. Delegates will learn more about the Green and Sustainable Standards programme and how the associated benefits will accelerate green finance. The City of London Corporation is working with international investors to support sustainable solutions for Belt and Road projects, providing secretariat for the Green Belt and Road Investor Alliance.
Workstreams in the Alliance focus on harmonising standards, capital efficiency and capacity building for Belt and Road projects. This session will include an introduction to the workstreams and a discussion on future deliverables for the Alliance. This session will explore the blue economy concept and relevancy to the investment community.
In a world that is increasingly more attuned to environmental sustainability what current initiatives demonstrate how blue finance is developing and what are the key areas requiring policy innovation and regulation? Welcome to afternoon session This panel focuses on leadership in global green finance How are nations, financial centres and other institutions demonstrating commitment and stepping up actions in green finance?
How can we accelerate the development of the green finance market at an international level and maximise the impact of the financial sector in achieving green objectives?