Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are forced to move our webinar to Monday, September 6 at 13:00 Geneva time. We would like to apologize for any inconvenience, and we are looking forward to our online conversation on Monday.
Sustainable finance has a key role to play in delivering on the policy objectives under the European green deal as well as the EU’s international commitments on climate and sustainability objectives. It does this by channeling private investment into the transition to a climate-neutral, climate-resilient, resource-efficient and fair economy, as a complement to public money.
The ongoing EU's sustainable finance reform will translate into new disclosure requirements for companies, investors and other financial market participants:
What are the new disclosing regulations?
How will they impact companies, investors, and other financial market participants?
Is it an additional administrative burden or a useful tool helping to tackle greenwashing?
Join the online conversation between Nadia Humphreys and Dawid Bastiat-Jarosz who will tackle these questions!
06 September 2021, 13:00 (Geneva time) with
Nadia Humphreys, Business Manager, Sustainable Finance Solutions at Bloomberg
Nadia’s role is to inform Bloomberg’s sustainable finance business on ESG regulatory requirements for the financial industry in Europe and the UK. She also serves as a co-rapporteur on the European Commission’s Technical Expert Group for Sustainable Finance and a member of the Green Technical Advisory Group for HMT UK.
Nadia also supported the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission’s Technical Expert Group for climate related product disclosure and sits on the International Regulatory Strategy Group’s ESG workstream. Nadia was previously the Global Head of Entity Services, supporting regulatory product development for Bloomberg's Entity Exchange platform.
She is a keen advocate for Women in FinTech and sat on Bloomberg’s EMEA Diversity Council. Nadia is also an ICMA mentor and coach under the 10,000 small businesses initiative. Prior to Bloomberg, Nadia worked at both JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs, in a number of senior positions. Nadia is on the advisory board of Blockchain & Climate Institute.
She holds a Bachelors degree, with honours, in Business from Bath University, a Licentiate in Homeopathy and is a Fellow of the Victoria College of Drama.
Dawid Bastiat-Jarosz, Co-director of the Executive Certificate in SDG Investing
Executive Certificate on SDG Investing
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