05Sep 18

3rd Global Debate – “Sustainability in Financial Markets”

Berlin, Germany,

Only few weeks ago, the EU adopted its “Action Plan: Financing Sustainable Growth”, including measures on “Sustainable Finance”. What is the impact of the Action Plan on financial markets and business in Europe? What is “Sustainable Finance”, which projects should be endorsed and how? Are green bonds a game changer on the road to sustainable development?


We would like to discuss these and more questions on “Sustainable Finance” with you and other representatives from business, science, civil society and politics.


08:30-08:50Opening Remarks: The momentum of sustainability in financial markets
08:50-09:30Key Notes
09:30-09:40Spotlight on SDG 13 & Science: Financing the climate change transition
09:40-10:40Panel on Sustainable Finance: Empty Box or Game Changer?
10:40-10:50Short coffee break
10:50-11:00Spotlight on Green Bonds: The New Normal?
11:00-11:50Panel on Sustainable Investments: Sustainable Bonds & Co – The issuer & investor perspective
11:50-12:0010 sustainable minutes


Rita Schwarzelühr-SutterParliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
Dr. Jörg KukiesState Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Finance
Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans Joachim SchellnhuberDirector, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Alexander DollMember of the Board, Deutsche Bahn AG
Prof. Dr. Joachim NagelMember of the Board, KfW Bankengruppe
Manuel AdaminiDirector, Investor Engagement, Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI)
Antti KontioHead of Funding and Corporate Responsibility, MuniFin
Fabio PellizzariExecutive Director, Head of Products & Engineering (Deputy Head SI R&D), RobecoSAM
Ingo SpeichHead of Sustainability & Engagement, Union Investment

and more…

Logistical notes


Pariser Platz 3
10117 Berlin


You are welcome to register for free via the register form and receive an automatically generated confirmation. You can also send an email to events@iccgermany.de. Participation is only possible with a confirmed registration: due to the limited number of participants, this will take place a few days after registration.

3rd Global Debate Sustainability Finance

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