Dates: Wednesday 15 November 2017

Venue/Location: Marina Mandarin Hotel Singapore (Leo & Capricorn Room, Level 1)

Objective: GFMA has been increasingly engaged in green finance and have endorsed or organized several events in the United States and China in 2016. This year, in collaboration with ASIFMA, G20, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), the conference will be to build awareness of green finance and also to ensure that industry views are heard so that the green financial system is developed in a way that is workable from a capital markets perspective.

Programme format: One-day conference featuring keynote speech, panel discussions and networking sessions. See details here.

Speakers: Aligning with the G-20 event in Singapore, the conference expects various high-level regulators and policy makers including the support of the German presidency. Other distinguished speakers include industry leaders including sell side, buy side, financial services providers, rating agencies and other market influencers. See details here.

Sponsorship: Sponsorship opportunities are open to members of GFMA and ASIFMA, as well as other industry influencers. Active green finance practitioners are particularly encouraged. See details here.

Delegate profile: Expected to attract 200 industry representatives, initially by invitation-only and then marketed to a wider audience.

Delegate Fees: Admission is complimentary for selected regulators, buy side, corporate treasurers and confirmed speakers. Discounted rate at USD500 applies to members of GFMA, ASIFMA and the conference endorsers (original price at USD600). Sponsorship packages include a fixed number of complimentary delegate passes. See details here.

Press: This event is open to the press. For media inquiry, please contact Corliss Ruggles, Executive Director - Head of Communications at cruggles@asifma.org.

Main contacts:
GFMA Contact - Paul Hadzewycz, Senior Associate, GFMA ( phadzewycz@gfma.org)

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