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IBF ESG Connect: Responsible Banking – Can we afford to ignore it?

29 September 2020

The focus on ESG has gained traction in the growth strategies for the financial industry leading to a greater impetus for financial professionals to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the key principles in sustainable finance. To address rising industry demand, the Chartered Banker Institute has recently launched the Certificate in Green and Sustainable Finance.

The IBF is pleased to co-organise this IBF ESG Connect with the Chartered Banker Institute who will introduce the Certificate in Green and Sustainable Finance, providing an overview of the core material and how the programme may be useful for financial professionals in ESG functions. The session will also feature an industry panel discussion on climate related risks and sustainable finance opportunities in the region.

Event Details

Who Should Attend:Financial Practitioners in ESG and Risk Management functions    

    

    

Date:29 September 2020
Time:4.00pm to 5.30pm
Venue:Zoom
CPD Hours:Attendees wil be given 1.5 non-core CPD hours. (Certificates of attendance will be sent to participants via email 5 days post event)​
Fee:This event is free of charge​

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IBF ESG Connect: Responsible Banking – Can we afford to ignore it?

29 September 2020

Time Activity
4.00pm

Welcome Remarks
IBF

​4.05pmOpening Address
Simon Thompson, Chief Executive, Chartered Banker Institute
4.15pm Certificate in Green and Sustainable Finance            

Simon Thompson, Chief Executive, Chartered Banker Institute

4.30pm

Industry Panel

  • Jesse Griffiths, CEO, Finance Innovation Lab
  • Mehrunisa Zaffar, Responsible Finance (Sustainability), Institutional Banking Group, DBS Bank
  • Peter Chen, Head of Financial Institutions Relations, South East Asia, and Official Institutions Coverage APAC, BNPP
  • Thom Kenrick, Head of Social Strategy & Impact, Natwest Group
  • Simon Thompson, Chief Executive, Chartered Banker Institute (moderator)
5.30pm

End of Session

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