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Climate and Sustainable Development Finance for Industrial Sustainability in Developing Countries

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Sustainable Investment: an investment discipline that seeks to generate both a financial return and proactively create environmental and social benefits. Investments include publicly-traded stocks, bonds, and institutional funds. Financial institutions exercise considerable influence – in some cases control – over investment and management decisions which could be brought into play for the benefit of people, environment, and the politics of common good. Mr Brown is the Head of Green and Social Bond Origination, Citi Global Markets, the world’s leading bank in responsible investment, with over $45Bn underwritten. He will be discussing the trends, challenges, and opportunities of impact investment. The impact investing market is growing from $135 Billion in 2015 to $307 Billion by 2020, at a compound growth rate of 17.86%. Mr Brown will be discussing this critical factor influencing industrial sustainability and global climate change. Please register on EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/climate-and-sustainable-development-finance-for-developing-countries-tickets-42457726202

This talk is part of the Climate and Sustainable Development Finance for Industrial Sustainability in Developing Countries series.

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