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INVITATION: Europe’s new rules for Green Finance


8th of January – 18:00h to 21:00 – Dompfarrsaal: Domplatz 12, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

 

Link to PDF version: http://bit.ly/greenfinance-18Jan18

Europe is designing new rules for Green and sustainable finance. The European Parliament’s report on Sustainable Finance is currently being prepared under Green party rapporteurship. Join this event to discuss the report’s first draft directly with the rapporteur and MEP Prof. Molly Scott Cato. Contribute your ideas together with high profile experts from finance, politics and civil society.

 

Schedule:

  • Welcome address – Tarek Al-Wazir, Minister for the Economy of Hessen
  • Introduction of the Green Finance Cluster Frankfurt – managing director Karsten Löffler
  • Introduction of the Hub for Sustainable Finance – Kristina Jeromin
  • Presentation of the Sustainable Finance draft Report of the European Parliament – rapporteur MEP Prof. Molly Scott Cato of the Greens / EFA group
  • Discussion with Panel and Audience:
    • MEP Prof. Molly Scott Cato
    • Michael Schmidt – Managing Director at Deka Investment and  member of the High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance of the European Commission
    • Karin Dohm, Managing Director (Regulatory Affairs) at Deutsche Bank
    • Antje Schneeweiß, Südwind Institut

Moderation: MEP Sven Giegold

 

For whom? Experts, practitioners of banking, insurance and asset management, researchers, civil society representatives and everyone who is interested. The event will be held in English.

 

Registration: You are welcome to register until January 14th at: ed.gr1524386578ubmil1524386578mutsi1524386578b@mie1524386578k.hc1524386578 indicating your name and organisation. This allows us to provide you with the draft report and more supporting documents in advance.

 

Organisers: Greens/EFA group of the European Parliament, Katholische Akademie “Haus am Dom”, Heinrich Böll Stiftung Hessen, Green Finance Cluster Frankfurt and Hub for Sustainable Finance

 

Link to PDF version: http://bit.ly/greenfinance-18Jan18

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