Climate Bonds CONNECT 2024 Shanghai - Asia-Pacific

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Climate Bonds CONNECT 2024 Shanghai - Asia-Pacific

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我们荣幸地宣布,气候债券倡议组织(CBI)将于2024年5月17日在中国上海举办“2024年度气候债券全球年会亚太区域研讨会”。

 

此次研讨会是CBI首次在中国大陆举办的年会。近年来,气候金融飞速发展,亚太地区的金融监管和金融市场都走在世界前列。中国的绿色金融已在过去几年中取得了令世界瞩目的增长;清洁能源、低碳交通和其他相关领域更是发展迅速。中国的绿色金融政策促进了各类资产的投资,并助力中国发展成为全球最大的绿色债券市场。 

本次在上海举行的亚太区研讨会将汇聚来自政府部门、监管机构、投资者、银行、企业、行业协会、智库及其他行业的杰出代表,共同探讨气候变化背景下,中国及亚洲区域的公共、私营部门所面临的绿色金融和转型金融相关挑战与机遇,以及如何支持经济低碳转型并实现《巴黎协定》的目标。

 

时间:517日(周五),08:20-17:25 

地点:上海浦东新区世纪大道1788号陆家嘴金控广场T2塔楼  

指导单位:陆家嘴金融城发展局, 上海金融业联合会 

赞助机构:渣打银行,中诚信绿金,妙盈科技,FAIRR 

支持伙伴:中央国债登记结算有限责任公司、陆家嘴全球资产管理机构联合会、 Amundi、亚洲基础设施投资银行、CDP全球环境信息研究中心、另类投资管理协会(AIMA)、中国氢能联盟研究院 

 

 

请注意:本次活动仅限邀请。如您有意参加,请在这里登记您的信息。

 

 

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议程

08:20 - 09:00 签到 

  

09:00 - 09:15  开幕致辞 

  

09:15 - 10:00 主旨演讲 

 

10:00 - 11:00  专题讨论1:亚太地区可持续金融监管动向:气候变化视角下的金融稳定政策和分类标准发展状况 

 

本环节将探讨目前亚太地区监管框架、政策激励和分类目录等金融标准发展情况,以促进和挖掘应对气候变化的投资机遇。 

 

11:00 - 12:00  专题讨论2:亚太地区气候金融市场状况以及机构投资者在中国绿色转型中的作用 

  

气候金融在近年来得到飞速发展,亚太地区的金融监管和市场走在世界前列。中国多年来一直在推动可持续投资,机构投资者正在大规模投资转型,这为行业发展实现可信的低碳转型创造了突破性机遇。本环节将汇集有关转型及其发展的多方观点。 

  

12:00 - 12:10   中国可持续债券市场年报发布 

 

12:10 - 13:30   工作午餐 

  

13:30 - 14:30  专题讨论3:转型金融和转型计划所扮演的角色 

  

应对气候变化需要在经济各个领域实现根本性、迅速的转型,包括那些排放规模最大、减排难度最大的行业。本环节将邀请行业资深专家和投资者探讨如何利用可持续融资推进实体行业的快速脱碳。 

 

14:30– 14:35 企业转型工具指引报告发布 

 

14:35 – 15:35  专题讨论4:气候韧性投资的迫切性和机遇 

  

本环节将邀请业界领袖和专家交流气候韧性投资市场的发展,并就推动社会和经济转型向更具气候韧性的未来所面临的机遇和挑战交流意见。 

 

15:35- 16:05  茶歇和交流 

  

16:05 - 17:05  专题讨论5: 可持续金融未来展望 

  

过去几年,中国绿色金融取得了令世界瞩目的增长;在清洁能源、低碳交通和其他领域快速进步。中国的绿色金融政策促进了对各类相关资产的投资,并助力中国发展成为全球最大的绿色债券市场。未来我们仍有很多工作要做,特别是在能源、工业部门、和农业方面的转型。绿色和转型债券将有助于推动这一变革。 

  

17:05 17:25  闭幕致辞 

 

Climate Bonds CONNECT 2024 arrives in Shanghai in May.

For the first time in mainland China, the #ClimateBondsCONNECT2024 Asia-Pacific edition will be in Shanghai. This will be an exclusive, invitation-only event.

Climate Finance has been developing fast in recent years, and Asia’s financial regulation and the markets are at the forefront of the world. China has seen incredible growth in green finance over the past few years, reflected in rapid progress in clean energy, low-carbon transport, and other areas. China's green finance policies have promoted investment in various assets and contributed to the world’s largest green bond market.

At the Asia-Pacific Regional Seminar, we will bring together representatives from key government departments, regulators, investors, banks, corporations, industry associations, think tanks and other industry leaders to discuss the challenges and opportunities of green finance and transition finance in public and private sectors in China and the region, the urgency of climate change and how to support the low-carbon transition of the economy.

Event Date: 17th May 2024  

Event Time: 08:20 - 17:25 

Venue: Tower 2, Lujiazui Financial Holdings Plaza, 1788 Century Avenue, Pudong New District, Shanghai 

Supervisor: Lujiazui Financial City Development Bureau 

Sponsors: Standard Chartered Bank, CCXGF, MioTech, FAIRR 

Supporting Partners: AIIB, Amundi, Shanghai Financial Industry Association, China Central Depository & Clearing  Co., Ltd. , Amundi, AIIB, Global Asset Management Association of Lujiazui, CDP, The Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA), China Hydrogen Alliance 

* Please note: This event is in-person and by invitation only. If you would like to attend, please register your interest here

Agenda 

08:20 – 09:00  Registration  

  

09:00 – 09:15 Welcome Remarks   

  • Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative 

  • Youfu Tu, Secretary-General, Shanghai Financial Industry Association 

  • Jian Xiao, Director General, Lujiazui Financial City Authority  

  • Liying Zhang, Chief Business Officer, China Central Depository & Clearing Co., Ltd. (CCDC) Group Company; Vice President of CCDC Shanghai Headquarters 

  

 09:15 – 10:00  Keynote Speeches 

  • Dong-Ik Lee, Director General, Banking Department (Region 1), Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank  

  • Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative  

  • Yongtao Wang, Deputy Head of Financial Innovation Promotion Department, National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors 

  • Jean Lu, Deputy CEOManaging Director, Head of Client Coverage, Corporate & Investment BankingStandard Chartered Bank (China) Limited  

  

10:00 – 11:00  Session 1: Landscape of the Sustainable Finance Regulation in Asia: Regulation for Financial Stability and the Taxonomy Development in the Face of Climate Change 

Host: Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Intiative

Speakers:  

  • Dr Jun Ma, Director of Green Finance Committee of the China Society for Finance & Banking, Chairman and President of Hong Kong Green Finance Association, Co-Chairman of the IPSF Common Ground Taxonomy Working Group (online)  

  • Satoshi Ikeda, Chief Sustainable Finance Officer and Deputy Commissioner for International Affairs, Financial Services Agency of Japan (online)  

  • Cho-hoi Hui, Head, Banking Policy, Hong Kong Monetary Authority (online) 

  • Yanfei Ye, Former Level 1 Counselor of the National Financial Regulatory Administration  

  • Jin Li, Vice General Manager, Shanghai Environmental Energy Exchange 

 

11:00 – 12:00  Session 2: The State of the Climate Finance Market in Asia and the Role of Institutional Investors in China’s Green Transition 

Host:  Raymond ZHANG, CEO of SynTao Green Finance 

Speakers:  

  • Yuki Yasui, Regional Director, Asia-Pacific Network, Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (online)  

  • Sylvia Chen, Head of ESG, Asset Management, South Asia, Amundi  

  • Phoebe Zhao, Co-Secretary-General, China Climate Engagement Initiative 

  • Martin Ren, Senior Portfolio Manager, China, J.P. Morgan Asset Management  

  • Jason Tu, Founder and CEO, MioTech  

  

 

12:00– 12:10 Report Launch: China Sustainable Debt State of the Market Report 2023  

  • Wenhong Xie, Head of China Programme, Climate Bonds Initiative 

  • Matthew MacGeoch, Senior Research Analyst, Climate Bonds Initiative  

 

12:10– 13:30  Networking Lunch  

  

13:30 – 14:30  Session 3: Transition Finance and the Role of Transition Plans 

Host:  Wenhong Xie, Head of China Programme, Climate Bonds Initiative   

Speakers:  

  • Ting Li, Managing Director and Chief Representative, Rocky Mountain Institute Beijing Office  

  • Erika Susanto, Director of ESG Research and Data, FAIRR Initiative  

  • Yingjie Zhang, Vice President, CCX Green Finance International Limited  

  • Jonathan Luan, Head of APAC Sustainability Research, BloombergNEF 

  • Xi Liang, Professor at University College London, Standing Committee Member for the Climate Investment and Finance Association of China 

 

14:30 - 14:35 Report Launch: Navigating Corporate Transitions  

  •  Anna Creed, Director of Thought Leadership, Climate Bonds Initiative (online) 

 

14:35 - 15:35  Session 4: Urgency and Opportunity of Building Climate Resilience  

Host: Julija Kuklyte Polycarp, Climate Change Specialist, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank  

Speakers:  

  • Anna Creed, Director of Thought Leadership, Climate Bonds Initiative (online) 

  • Bruce Chong, Fellow and Director of Arup leading City Advisory, Climate and Urban Sustainability services in East Asia, Arup  

  • Helen He, Advisory Country Anchor for China, Mongolia and South Korea, International Finance Corporation 

  • Huixin Liu, Director of Climate Finance Research Centre, International Institute of Green Finance, Central University of Finance and Economics 

  • Annemarie Büttner, Lead Climate Risk Solutions, Swiss Re online 

  

15:35 – 16:05  Networking & Refreshments  

 

16:05 – 17:05  Session 5: The Outlook of Sustainable Finance 

Host: Sean Kidney, CEO of Climate Bonds Initiative   

Speakers: 

  • Leslie Maasdorp, Vice President and CFO, New Development Bank  

  • Stefen Hyun Sang Shin, Manager, Investment Operations (Region 2) Banking Department, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank 

  • Zhengwei LU, Chief Economist, China Industrial Bank  

  • Jennifer Zhou, Head of Sustainable Finance China, Standard Chartered Bank 

 

17:05 – 17:25  Closing Remarks 

  • Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative   

 

 

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