Invitation: New York City, Bonds and Climate Change: the State of the Market 2017 - Monday 18/09: Global Launch

Please join us at Climate Week in New York on Monday for the global launch of the State of the Market 2017 report, part of HSBC’s Sustainable Finance & Investing Responsibly Forum.  

During this event, Climate Bonds Initiative CEO Sean Kidney will present findings of the Climate Bonds influential ‘State of the Market 2017' report, the authoritative international annual review of green finance and green bond progress.




Event: HSBC Sustainable Finance Day including global launch of ‘Bonds and Climate Change: the State of the Market in 2017’ report.

Where: HSBC Tower, Americas Room - Floor 11, 452 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10018

When: Monday, September 18, 2017 @ 11:30 am - 5:00 pm, followed by cocktails

State of the Market Launch: 1:30 pm

Moderator: Michael Ridley PhD, Director Green Bonds & Corporate Credit Research HSBC

Speaker: Sean Kidney, CEO Climate Bonds Initiative

Registration: Here



This will be HSBC’s third year hosting the 2-day Sustainable Financing & Investing Responsibly Forum event during Climate Week in New York.

A key highlight of the first day will see Climate Bonds Initiative CEO Sean Kidney presenting findings of the Report and discussing the climate-aligned bonds universe and the rise of labeled green bond issuance worldwide.

This is the 6th annual Bonds & Climate Change State of the Market Report from Climate Bonds Initiative, produced since 2012 with the long term support of HSBC and in particular the HSBC Climate Change Centre of Excellence.


The 2017 Report

  • Reviews the global green and climate aligned investment universe
  • Identifies key city based and regional market opportunities
  • Outlines the paths for investment markets to reach the $1trillion by 2020 green finance milestone


Don’t miss your chance to start Climate Week with a glimpse of the future in green finance.

Please register here.  

Be quick! Spaces are limited.


‘Till next time,

Climate Bonds


Disclosure: ‘Bonds and Climate Change: the state of the market in 2017’ report is commissioned by HSBC, who are also a Climate Bonds Partner. A full list of Partners can be found here.

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