Misum/Mistra Financial Systems (MFS) together with the UNEP Inquiry for the Design of a Sustainable Financial System invite you to the dual launch of two new reports on Green Finance - globally and in Sweden.
The seminar will be held at Westmanska, Drottninggatan 98, on Dec 14, 8.30 - 11.45 (registration and coffee from 8). Welcome! Register below.
If we are to succeed with delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030 trillions of dollars of private investment will be needed.
Green finance is a fast growing phenomenon that aligns finance sector incentives with the global development agenda through finance and investment opportunities in environmental solutions. But is green finance mobilizing fast enough?
Mistra Financial Systems (MFS) together with the UNEP Inquiry for the Design of a Sustainable Financial System invite you to the dual launch of two new reports on green finance - globally and in Sweden.
UNEP Inquiry visits Stockholm to make an exclusive launch of its Second Global Report that provides a global outlook on financing sustainable development: “Moving from Momentum to Transformation in a Time of Turmoil”.
At the same time, Mistra Financial Systems launches a brand new study, developed in collaboration with the UNEP Inquiry, that maps out the Swedish landscape: “Finance and Innovative Investment in Environmental Technology: The Case of Sweden”.
08:00 Registration, coffee and breakfast
08:30-8.45 Green Finance – what role can Sweden play?
Introduction and welcome by Åke Iverfeldt, CEO, Mistra
8.45-10.00 Session 1: How can we scale up global green finance?
Stockholm Launch of the UNEP Inquiry Second Global Report
Simon Zadek, Co-Director, UNEP Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System
How can we scale up global green finance, hurdles and opportunities?
Simon Zadek, UNEP Inquiry
Gunnela Hahn, Church of Sweden
Johan Florén, AP7
Magnus Cedergren, Loans and Guarantees, Sida
Klas Eklund, SEB
10.00-10.30 Coffee break
10:30-11.45 Session 2: The Swedish Landscape – Access for Finance for Green Innovations
Launch of the Mistra Financial Systems study on finance and innovative investment in environmental technology
Gustav Martinsson, Mistra Financial Systems, Associate Professor in Financial Economics, Royal Institute of Technology and Swedish House of Finance
Case: How fintech can support access to investment for green innovations
Christoffer Falsen, SDG entrepreneur, founder and CEO TRINE
What is needed to scale up investments in green innovations?
Gustav Martinsson, Mistra Financial Systems/KTH
Christoffer Falsen, TRINE
Karin Reuterskiöld, Danske Bank
Carl Hall, Green Venture Capitalist
Björn Bergström, Kommuninvest
Moderator: Cecilia Repinski, Misum/Mistra Financial Systems
Link to the UNEP Inquiry report: http://web.unep.org/inquiry
Please register here.