Introduction of environmentally friendly financial products

Introduction of environmentally friendly financial products

Discussions on a variety and depth of sustainable finance issues and bringing green financial products into the mainstream took place between teams from Russian banking and metallurgical enterprises and European experts who shared strategies on adapting capital project investments to effects of climate-related financial risks, latest developments and scope of sustainable finance. The event shed light on an insightful and global overview of sustainability including the governance structure, green financing framework, policy around Human Rights and environment including equator principles and responsible practices related to community investment by Deutsche Bank.

Case studies from the Indian industry where renewable energy has played a role in achieving the net zero emissions target for companies and transparent business best practices that can improve stakeholder trust were highlighted by the India Ambassador of University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership who also shared best practices from India’s top companies for Sustainability and CSR.
Case studies of the common challenges in sustainability and the social performance trends and issues that mining companies are facing globally were also discussed. The Climate Bonds Initiative that aims to promote sustainability on a macro level talked about market architecture developments: EU sustainable finance regulation; Russian taxonomy and qualifying assets.
The event generated interest from numerous experts such as Lead Scientists, Heads of Cleantech and legal sector subject matter leaders including those representing the prestigious Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme.