Brussels, 2-4 PM, April 24th
What’s it all about?
Opportunities now exist across the EU to grow a significant market around green securitisation and contribute directly to 2030 energy and carbon reduction targets.
The bundling of green loans into securities can unlock additional capital to finance the transition to a low carbon and climate-resilient economy.
You’re invited to join us in Brussels for a participative Roundtable to discuss the role of green asset-backed securities in climate finance and what’s next to build green investment.
In order to attend please register here.
Who should attend?
Policymakers, regulators, market participants including banks investors, credit agencies and climate NGOs.
Green Securitisation Roundtable: Brussels
When: Monday, April 24th 14:00-16:00
Where: Thierry Stoll Auditorium, Rue de Spa 2, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
- The challenge of financing green projects and assets
- The opportunity of aggregation for small-scale projects
- Options for Europe to grow a green securitisation market
- Nick Robins, UNEP Inquiry
- Max Bronzwaer, Obvion (Rabobank's mortgage lender)
- Sebastian Godinot, WWF
- Luca Bertalot, European Covered Bond Council / European Mortgage Federation
- Michael Wilkins, S&P Global Ratings
- Joop Hessels, ABN AMRO
- Sean Kidney, Climate Bonds Initiative
Spaces are limited, please register here.
Where can I find more information?
1) Green Securitisation: unlocking finance for small scale projects:
2-page policy brief prepared for Climate Bonds Annual Conference (March 2017).
2) Green Securitisation & Climate Finance:
Climate Bonds Update (April 4th 2017).
3) Public sector agenda for stimulating market development in green securitisation in Europe:
Joint report between the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) & the Climate Bonds Initiative (February 2017).
Download full report here.
We’ll see you in Brussels!
Till next time,
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