Invitations: Indonesia Green Infra Webinar & Amsterdam/London/Stockholm/Helsinki Green Finance Events: Find out more!

Five Big Events in May 

17th  Amsterdam: 5th Annual Green Bond Rountable (Thursday)

18th  Webinar: Indonesia Green Infrastructure (Friday)

22nd  London: European Green Finance Forum (Tuesday)

30th  Stockholm: Green Finance Breakfast (Wednesday)

31st  Helsinki: Sustainable Bond Market Launch (Thursday)

 

 

Webinar to explore new Indonesia green infrastructure investment 

If you missed the launch of the Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities Indonesia report on May 9 in Jakarta, not to worry! 

Simply register to join our webinar on 18 May to discuss the report's content in detail. 

Developed by the Climate Bonds Initiative in association with the government's Centre for Private Investment (PINA), an Initiative of Indonesia's Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS), and PT.EBA Indonesia. Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities Indonesia explores the current policy settings and project pipeline 

It is the first in a new suite of Climate Bonds Initiative's reports aiming to highlight investment opportunities in green infrastructure projects in key countries and regions, aimed at all facilitating engagement between project owners and developers, and investors.- with our target of $1tr of green bonds by 2020 always in mind. 

Date: 18th May - Friday 

Time: 10:00 BST, 16:00 WIB

Speakers: 

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

Yudhi Ismail, President Director, PT.EBA Indonesia 

Kristiane Davidson, Lead Researcher, Climate Bonds Initiative

Registration: Please register here. 

The webinar will take place on Webex, which you can download here.

 

 

17th - Rabobank’s 5th Annual Green Bond Round Table 

The key theme of the Roundtable which includes an ‘investor-issuer speed dating’ session in the morning, is ‘Green Finance to Curb Climate Change’, with debates involving the effect of climate change on cities and water systems, the role of Green Bonds and Green Loans, challenges and latest on best practice.

Key note speakers and moderators:

David van Raalten, European Director Water Management at Arcadis Europe and Programme Leader for Climate Adaptation at Arcadis Netherlands

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds

Jens Hellerup, Senior Director, Head of Funding and Investor Relations, Nordic Investment Bank

Wilfried Bolt, Senior Investment Manager, PGGM Investments

Tom Meeuwissen, General Manager Treasury, Netherlands Water Bank

Heather Lang, Executive Director, Sustainalytics

Arnold Gast, Chief Investment Officer, Actiam

Date: 17th May - Thursday

Time: 11:00 – 18:30 (local time)

Venue: Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ

Piet Heinkade 1, 1019 BR Amsterdam

Registration: Please email greenbondroundtable@rabobank.com

 

 

22nd - European Green Finance Forum in London 

Financing the Green Renaissance – Developments in European Green Finance Markets

In a joint event with White and Case LLP, we will hold the London launch of the Green Bond Market in Europe report which covers recent market developments and a vision for the future of European Green Finance markets.

The report launch will be followed by a panel discussion, led by industry experts from issuers, banks, S&P and White & Case lawyers, on the development of this market, with a particular focus on securitisation solutions for clean energy loans, mortgages and auto-loans. 

Date: 22nd May - Tuesday

Timetable: 

17:30 Registration
17:45 Event begins
19:00 Drinks and canapés

Venue: White & Case LLP, 5 Old Broad Street, EC2N 1AD, London

Registration: RSVP

 

 

30th - Green Finance Breakfast Event in Stockholm 

At our joint event with Nasdaq Stockholm and White and Case LLP, we will launch the Green Bond Market in Europe report - which covers recent market developments and a vision for the future of European Green Finance markets, followed by discussions with Nordic and International financial, corporate, technical and legal experts.

Date: 30th May - Wednesday

Time: Breakfast will be served at 8:30am (local time)

Venue: Grand Hôtel

Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8

103 27 Stockholm

Registration: Please follow this link. 

 

 

31st - Nasdaq Helsinki Sustainable Bond Market Launch & 1/2 Day Sustainable Finance Seminar in Helsinki 

Another joint event with our Partners White and Case and Nasdaq, that will see the launch the Nasdaq Helsinki Sustainable Bond Market and welcome MuniFin as the first green bond issuer in Helsinki, including our special guest to ring the Opening Bell for the new market. 

Date: 31st May - Thursday

Time: 9:00-13:00 (local time) 

Venue: Hotel Kämp, Pohjoisesplanadi 29, Helsinki

Registration: Please email Nasdaq.Helsinki@nasdaq.com

 

The Last Word

Don't miss our Director of Investor Outreach, Manuel Adamini at the London and Scandinavian events, and Sean Kidney in Amsterdam.

See you there!

 

'Till next time,

Climate Bonds

 

 

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