2nd Geneva Summit on Sustainable Finance
The conference will provide a unique opportunity to investment professionals, think tanks, policy makers, academics and students to discuss and learn about issues related to sustainable finance. The conference theme is "Sustainable Finance, quo vadis?" Topics: - Theoretical models of sustainable and responsible investment. - Implications of sustainable development for strategic asset allocation and the design of investment strategies. - Implications of sustainability factors for financial performance in asset classes beyond listed equities (e.g., fixed income, private equity, real estate, commodities). - Advances in quantifying non-financial investment impact and financial materiality of environmental and social externalities (e.g., natural resource depletion, ecosystem degradation, climate change, inequality, human rights). - Making the finance sector more sustainable: What role for finance education, standards, reporting, and regulation? - Aligning and integrating ESG analysis with financial analysis and fiduciary responsibility. - Advances in risk management, product- and security design favoring the financing of sustainable development (carbon emissions trading, social impact bonds, green bonds, insurance, micro-insurance/finance).
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2014-05-31|
|Organizer:||Geneva Finance Research Institute Institute For Environmental Sciences of the University of Geneva Sustainable Finance Geneva|
|Conference venue:||Geneva, International Conference Centre Geneva (CICG)|
|Classification:||G0 - Financial Economics. General|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|
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