Industry Outlook: Sustainability-Linked Bonds

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Georgina Mitchell | Tommaso Buso | Krista Tukiainen | Abdeldjellil Bouzidi

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The UN’s NDC Synthesis Report indicates that to combat climate change, global emissions need to decrease by at least 45% by 2030, and reach Net Zero in just 30 years. In the absence of clear guidance on how to reach these objectives, ESG and sustainability-linked bonds represent the capital markets’ attempt to drive Labelled bonds promoting sustainability and ESG performance are quickly becoming a fundamental part of financial markets, highlighting the valuable role that debt markets can play in the transition to a green economy. In Episode 12 of The ESG Innovation Hub, we’re joined by leaders from across the global capital market space to discuss how the sustainable bonds market is financing the transition to a green economy, and share their insight on how capital markets are financing decarbonisation using green and sustainability-linked bonds. Join the session to explore: - ESG trends in high-yield and convertible bond markets - How are bonds financing the green transition? - ESG-labelled bonds: where’s the upside and risk? - How to source the best talent to maintain quality assurance in the labelled bond market - And more... Speakers: - Krista Tukiainen, Head of Market Intelligence, Climate Bonds Initiative - Tommaso Buso, Analyst, Bankers without Boundaries - Abdeldjellil Bouzidi, Managing Partner, Emena Advisory ESG Innovation Hub is hosted by Georgina Mitchell, Consultant, WellHouse Consulting

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