Invitation-only event to discuss innovations in green finance and sovereign and EU issuance of green bonds
This invitation-only event will explore recent trends and innovations in green finance. A first session will look at new instruments, in particular green certificates and sustainability-linked bonds. The second session will look at the issuance of green finance instruments by EU governments and the planned issuance by the EU itself. We expect that a focused discussion will be of interest to both issuers and investors, and provide input for the ongoing discussion around a new sustainable finance strategy and the green bond standard.
This event is only open to Bruegel members and a small number of selected invitees.
Associate Professor of Finance, RSM - Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Director, Asset, debt and financial Risk management, European Commission, DG BUDG
Chief Economic Advisor, Acreditus
Executive Chairman, Z/Yen Group
Green Bonds Manager, Agence France Trésor
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