Green Bond Proceeds - Trends & Best Practice
You’re invited to attend a joint Climate Bonds - Berlin Hyp Green Bonds event in Frankfurt on Wednesday 28 June, hosted by Crédit Agricole.
The day has a full agenda. It is split into morning and afternoon sessions.
In the morning, Bridget Boulle, Head of Market Analysis at Climate Bonds, will be launching our latest report: Post-issuance Use of Proceeds - Trends and Best Practice, sharing the unique insights gained from her years leading the Climate Bonds Markets & Data team.
The afternoon includes a detailed peer discussion and an exclusive opportunity to tour one of Germany's greenest buildings: the Taunus Turm!
Where: Crédit Agricole, Taunusanlage 14, 60325 Frankfurt am Main.
When: 11.00am (CET), Wednesday 28th June
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Tanguy Claquin, Head of Sustainable Banking, Crédit Agricole CIB
Introduction by Berlin Hyp
Gero Bergmann, Member of the Board, Berlin Hyp
Climate Change Action - Why we need to scale up fast
Manuel Adamini, Director, Investor Outreach & Partners Programme, Climate Bonds Initiative
Post-issuance Use of Proceeds reporting in the Green Bond market: Trends and Best Practice
Bridget Boulle, Head of Market Analysis, Climate Bonds Initiative
12:30 Lunch at CACIB Office
Panel Discussion: Green Buildings as a Green Bonds Category – What is the state of the Market and how to report on it
Walk to Taunus Turm
A close Look at one of the Greenest Green Buildings in Germany: On-site Visit of Taunus
Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss and engage with industry peers on the latest developments in green bond markets.
See you in Frankfurt!
Wir sehen uns dort!
‘Till next time,
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