6th May, Wednesday
Conference Main Day Programme * Subject to change
The Climate Bonds Conference provides an opportunity to hear from key influences and decision-makers. With over 60 speakers in panel discussions under one roof, our programme provides many opportunities for networking including for after-Conference networking drinks.
Speaker announcements for 2020 are coming soon!
08:00 – 08:45 Registration & Welcome Coffee
08:45 – 09:30 Welcome, CBI 10 Years & Keynote Speaker: ‘Green Transition: Opportunity of the Decade’
09:30 – 11:00 Plenary 1: Top 5 Priorities for Green Finance to Cut Emissions by 50% in 10 Years
11:00 – 11:30 Tea Break
11:30 – 13:00 Breakout Sessions
• How to Make Transition Bonds Work
• The Taxonomy Revolution
• Emerging Markets: How to Create Assets for Green Bonds
• Pricing Signals in the Global Green Bond Market
• A Sustainable Infrastructure Investment Tsunami
• The Green FinTech Disruption
13:00 – 14:00 Networking Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 Breakout Sessions
• Opportunities for Climate Adaptation, Resilience & SDGs
• What's Next in Capital Market Infrastructure?
• The Sovereign Bonds Boom: How Green Bonds are Driving Government Action
• Can Central Banks Turn Finance Green?
• Financial Aggregation to Achieve Scale
15:30 – 16:00 Tea Break
16:30 – 17:15 Plenary 2: Our Marching Orders for the Next 10 Years
17:15 – 18:00 Closing Remarks & Q&A
From 18:00 Networking Drinks
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Speakers * Subject to change
At the Conference2020, we will have 100+ speakers leading discussions in plenaries, panels and roundtables. Our first selection will be published soon.
Climate Bonds Conference 2019 speakers' included:
Director, Green Financing Business, Fannie Mae
Responsibility for the world's largest green mortgage programme is a unique role; Chrissa Pagitsas will chair a special session at the Conference on green mortgage lending directions & strategies.
Head of Sustainable Business at London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) and Head of Sustainable Investment, FTSE Russell.
Outlining trends in sustainable finance and investment, David Harris speaks from both the UK and global perspective
Dr Arthur Krebbers
Sustainable Finance Coordinator, NatWest Markets
Dr Krebbers is an international sustainable finance strategist whose work includes the "Green halo effect" and "Green treasury strategy.” He'll be sharing more of his insights during CBIAC19.
Senior Portfolio Manager/Green Bond Fund Manager, Storebrand Norway
In a key role at Norway's largest private asset manager, Ms Lindhal will present on the big issue facing global capital: "What investors can do to drive green finance & green bonds to address climate change."
Assistant Professor of Finance, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Prominent academic and researcher, Ms Kapraun's work has ranged across sustainable finance, portfolio management, behavioural finance and asset pricing. Her insights and understanding of investor behaviours will be a conference highlight.
Knut N. Kjær
Chairman and Partner at FSN Capital Partners and Executive Chairman at Sector Asset Management
Manager of the Government Pension Fund of Norway from 1997 to 2008; member of the International Advisory Council of the China Investment Corporation and a host of other roles, Mr Kjaer will share his global views and institutional investor perspectives on key market and economic issues.
Acting Deputy Treasurer, London. Manager, Treasury Client Solutions Africa, Europe, Middle East, Central Asia, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
The IFC is taking an increasingly prominent role in climate finance and green investment. Mr Habel's presentation will focus on opportunities and solutions for mobilising domestic currency capital to address the climate finance gap.
Head of Secretariat for the Central Banks Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS), Banque de France
The NGFS is a network of 29 central banks helping to strengthen the global response required to the Paris agreement. NGFS is working to enhance the role of the financial system to manage risks and to mobilise capital for green and low carbon investments. Find out more from Mr Després during his conference session
Managing Director of UN Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S)
Founder of Sustainable Nation Ireland and a driving force behind the formation of SIF Ireland, Mr Nolan has a new role at FC4S and will chair a key Conference Roundtable discussing the ambition of the FC4S network of 18 financial centres to accelerate the expansion of green and sustainable finance.
CFO, Société du Grand Paris
Responsible for the EUR 35 Billion infrastructure project, using a combination of tax and borrowing via an ongoing series of Climate Bonds Certified green bonds funding the Paris rail network upgrade. Vincent Gaillard has a decade long plan to finance Europe's single biggest low carbon infrastructure project. Hear directly from someone at the heart of French developments in green finance.