2nd Annual Asia Sustainable & Responsible Capital Markets Forum

Date
Location

Hong Kong

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In Asia, plenty of potential issuers are looking at green bond programmes, but demand from investors is still some way short of the potential supply. So what’s holding Asian investors back? What role can issuers – from corporate to sovereign - play in investor education? Can banks and government banks help grow the sustainable finance markets further in the region?

Join us for the 2nd Annual Asia Sustainable & Responsible Capital Markets Forum in Hong Kong on the 25th June 2019 where we’ll address the above questions and much more. Over 300 investors and issuers across the region are expected to attend.

Key discussions will focus on:

  • The road to 2030
  • Leading from the top – how can banks, central banks and governments work together to drive sustainable finance forward in the region?
  • Social and sustainable bonds: Poor relation or the future giant?
  • Green bonds: the sovereign market opens
  • The green bond debate: issuers and investors
  • Healing the blue economy: What can finance do?
  • And much more

Click here to view full agenda and speakers line-up

Issuers and Investors are able to attend this event for free*. Register today for the complimentary pass.

*Euromoney reserves the right to decide eligibility for attendance. There are a limited number of free places available for issuers and investors who have not received a VIP invitation from one of our sponsors. If you are directly involved in investing or issuing (eg treasury, funding) on behalf of your institution, you may apply for a free place at the conference. NB Individuals working within market/intermediary functions will not qualify for a free place at the event even if their institution is an investor or issuer, however you may pay to attend. For all non-sponsoring service providers (e.g. lawyers, consultants, trading platforms) and intermediaries, there is a fee to attend.

Sponsor/exhibitor contact

Robert Ball
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Asia Pacific’s Hub For Collaboration On Sustainable Development
An Eco-Business initiative
The SDG Co