The investor-issuer dialogue: too little, too late?

Financing Climate Change

Despite the surge in capital flows to APAC's sustainable finance market, investors and issuers in the region are still facing the challenges of insufficient ESG data and a lack of standardisation to make informed decisions. Finance Climate Change returns to help asset owners, investors and issuers understand more of this booming market, ESG data and other pressing issues. Register for free.

Global sustainable investments have made incontestable progress, representing $ 35.3 trillion worldwide. Sustainable investments in Asia Pacific are also gaining momentum and becoming the market standard. Policymakers are still unsure on how to unify investment frameworks to drive green investments and the investment community needs to find common ground, so investing in neutral carbon-emitting companies becomes mainstream. What will happen if 2050 decarbonisation pledges fail? The reckoning of the investment community is here.

Financing Climate Change brings together senior representatives from the financial ecosystem to discuss openly what the future ESG framework looks like and how it impacts them all – From asset owners’ appetite for certain types of environmental products, to how asset managers are reacting by pushing corporations to get greener faster, to how CFOs are planning to operate within these new market standards. And most importantly, how they will work and interact together to meet this common goal of decarbonisation by 2050.


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