Thursday June 25th from 9.30 a.m. to 10.45 a.m.
On World Environment Day 2020, the Paris based Institute for Climate Economics (I4CE) launched the “What Role for financial regulation to help the low-carbon transition?” report which was developed in conjunction with FC4S Europe with support from EIT Climate-KIC.
To highlight the findings of the report I4CE, FC4S and network members are organizing two webinars to discuss the role of financial regulations in different countries and regions.
The first webinar is organized jointly by I4CE and Finance for Tomorrow on the 17th of June and will cover the French experience.
The 2nd webinar is organized by I4CE and FC4S on the 25th of June. The report findings will be introduced to an international audience and members of the FC4S network. On that day, international experts; including FC4S members Frankfurt, Paris and Hong Kong along with the Moroccan Central Bank’s Head of Green Finance, will discuss the experience in their region.
Welcome Remarks: Stephen Nolan, Managing Director, FC4S
Report presentation: Michel Cardona, Senior Advisor, I4CE
- Karsten Loefler, Co-Managing the Green and Sustainable Finance Cluster Germany and Member of European Commission TEG on Sustainable Finance
- Najwa Mouhaouri, Head of the Green Finance Department, Bank Al Maghrib (Moroccan Central Bank)
- Ben McQuhae, member of Hong Kong Green Finance Association Board
- Anne-Claire Roux, Managing Director, Finance for Tomorrow
We would be delighted if you joined us for the discussion, Please join here:
Senior Advisor - Financial Sector, Risks and Climate Change
Michel joined I4CE in 2018 to provide expertise in the financial sector and facilitate interactions between researchers, financial sector actors and public authorities.
Before joining I4CE, Michel worked at the Banque de France in various areas related to the financial sector (licensing of new actors, banking supervision, prudential regulation, financial stability, Iinternational and European relations). He has also worked for the Inspection Department of the former French Securities and Exchange Commission (COB) and the World Bank’s Financial Sector Development Department in Washington. Between 2008 and 2012, he was Secretary General of CCLRF (Advisory Committee on Financial Legislation and Regulation). For the past two years, he was in charge of the Corporate Social Responsibility strategy of the Banque de France, in particular where he launched the bank’s Responsible Investment strategy.