India is turning green
Next week in London, Climate Bonds is holding a forum on the huge green finance opportunities opening up as India’s national energy and climate plans develop.
Driving the Next Stage of Green Finance: India-UK Dialogue 2018 takes place on Monday 16 July in the City of London, at the offices of Willis Towers Watson (51 Lime Street, EC3M 7DQ). The day will be divided in two sessions:
10:00-13:30 BST: Investor-Issuer Interaction – limited space still open for registration (followed by lunch).
14:30-16:30 BST: India-UK Green Finance Working Group discussion (invitation only, closed room).
Who should attend?
Emerging Markets managers and investors, DCM, Infrastructure and Infrastructure Debt Specialists, ESG and Sustainable Portfolio Managers, Direct Investment Specialists, Underwriters and Project Finance specialists...
Is this you?
Who’s behind it all?
Driving the Next Stage of Green Finance: India-UK Dialogue 2018 is organized by the Climate Bonds Initiative in partnership with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) and the City of London's Green Finance Initiative (GFI), with the support of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the India Green Bonds Council.
It’s the culmination of six months of work within India this year including roundtables, seminars and close cooperation with local stakeholders.
How do I Register:
For the agenda and more details visit the event website.
Presenters include senior representatives from:
- State Bank of India
- Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency
- Rural Electrification Corporation (REC)
- Hinduja Group
- NABARD, the National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development in India
- CLP (India)
- Dewan Housing Finance Limited
- Arun Kumar Verma, Joint Secretary at the India Ministry of Power
- Rt Hon Mark Field MP, UK Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office
- Rita Roy Choudhury, Assistant Secretary General at the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI)
- Arunabha Ghosh, CEO of the Council for Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW)
- Rob Ward, Deputy Director, Global Financial Markets & Member FSTIB, HM Treasury
- Sean Kidney CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative
The Last Word
There’s no doubt that financial cooperation is increasing between the UK and India and that green finance is firmly on the agenda. If you would like to be part of India’s green transformation, register for the event and don’t miss the chance to learn about the increasing investment opportunities in India.
See you next Monday,