ESG in Fixed Income, Featuring the Green Bonds Europe Conference


CMIA is delighted to partner with Environmental Finance at the Green Bonds Europe Conference, in London on 17 July 2019.

Environmental Finance has expanded its annual Green Bonds Europe conference, now in its 9th year, to include a stream dedicated to integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns into the broader fixed income market.

Their green bond conferences have been an important forum for debate within the green bond market. The seeds for the Green Bond Principles were sown at their conference in 2013, and they have enjoyed their role in reporting and helping to shape the conversations to drive the market forward.

Last year they expanded their annual Green Bonds Europe conference to include a stream dedicated to ESG concerns into the overall fixed income market because they thought it would also be worth turning their attention to the rest of the fixed income market (as green bonds remain less than 1% of the overall bond market.)

We hope that this enlarged event can play a similar role in helping to advance the adoption of ESG in fixed income.

There is much work to be done – and much to discuss – in both streams.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Carmen Nuzzo, Senior Consultant, Credit Ratings Initiative, PRI
  • Christoph Klein, Managing Partner, ESG Portfolio Management
  • Mitch Reznick, Co-head of Credit, Hermes Investment
  • Marilyn Ceci, Managing Director, Head of Green Bonds, JP Morgan
  • Natalie Mordi-Hillaert, ESG Debt capital Markets, BAML
  • Patrick Symington, Chief Executive, MORHomes

Delegate profile:

50% of event attendees are either issuers of green bonds or they invest in them. This makes the event the market place and networking hub for the community where ideas are shared and deals are made.

Special offers:

Book before 3 May 2019 to receive a 20% discountEnvironmental Finance subscribers receive a further 30% discount that applies to the early bird rate if booked before 3 May 2019.

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