REGIONAL SEMINAR ASIA PACIFIC
Date: 06 October 2022
Time: 13:00 - 18:45 (SST)
Location: SGX Centre in-person (invitation-only) and online via Swapcard
Kick-starting our Climate Bonds CONNECT 2022 event series is our Asia Pacific Regional Seminar in Singapore, where we will convene local and regional actors and focus the conversations on the Asia Pacific region's priorities to accelerate the development of the sustainable debt market.
As a region on the front line of climate change impacts, organisations in Asia have been working relentlessly with significant capacity-building projects in the region. The growing volume of Sovereign labelled issuances for infrastructure investments, including sustainable Islamic finance growth and Green Sukuk issuances, positions the region as an influential player in the transitioning of the green finance economy.
The combination of net-zero commitments; policy action; green hubs; global investors; and banking sector support in the region will help pave the way for sustainable growth paths needed to raise the $5trillion of climate bonds issuance per year by 2025.
Climate Bonds Connect 2022: Combining the power of in-person and with the reach of online participation
With a mix of invitation-only in-person participation and a larger online audience connected to the discussions, the Asia Pacific Regional Seminar will combine the power of in-person events with the reach and flexibility that online participation provides to drive the sustainable finance agenda forward.
Leading investors, financial leaders and policymakers from across the region will convene in Singapore this October to discuss potential solutions and opportunities for both private sector and governments in moving their economies onto a Paris-aligned pathway.
Our events bring together international, regional and national stakeholders:
Hear from and interact with experts from national and multilateral finance institutions, green finance, think tanks, academia, civil society and related NGOs
Learn more about regional and global market developments, analysis, taxonomy and more
Network and build connections with decision-makers from government and private sector organisations including investors, asset owners, banks, issuers and regulators