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EBR joins the summit as a communication partner on 12 March 2019 under the theme: "Financing the shift to a sustainable economy"

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The highly influential forum brings together over 300 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.
The highly influential forum brings together over 300 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.

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By Alexandra Papaisidorou*


EBR joins the summit as a communication partner on 12 March 2019 under the theme: "Financing the shift to a sustainable economy".

12 March 2019

The Sustainable Investment Forum Europe is hosted by Climate Action in partnership with UNEP Finance Initiative.

The highly influential forum brings together over 300 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. 

The second annual European forum, taking place on 12 March in Paris, will present panels, keynotes and in-depth streamed sessions on key topics including:

o How to integrate ESG and sustainability into decision making and analysis

o Case studies: asset owner approaches to sustainable investment

o Policy keynote: EU sustainable finance plan - progress and what's next?

o Implementation of TCFD recommendations

o Thematic sustainable investing


The forum, organised by Climate Action in partnership with UNEP Finance Initiative, has lined up a broad range of high-level speakers including:


o Mario Nava, Director, DG FISMA, European Commission

o Diandra Soobiah, Head of Responsible Investment, NEST - National Employment Savings Trust

o Adam Matthews, Director of Ethics & Engagement, The Church of England Pensions Board

o Amanda Latham, Policy Lead, The Pensions Regulator (UK)

o Sanjeev Kumar, Founder, Change Partnership


View the agenda: europe.sustainableinvestmentforum.org/agenda 


*Editor-at-large & PhD candidate of European & International Relations

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