Overview of NZBA Transition Finance Guide

Presented by

Tomo Ishikawa (MUFG), Curtis Ravenel (GFANZ)

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Please join the members of the NZBA’s Implementation Work Track for a one-hour webinar on Tuesday 25 October at 4pm CET to present the paper and its content. Speakers will include Tomo Ishikawa of MUFG and lead author of the paper, and Curtis Ravenel of GFANZ. We will conclude with a Q&A.

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