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The Stability – Sustainability Link: Understanding and addressing environmental and social drivers of risk in banking regulation

When Apr 28, 2015
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Churchill College, Cambridge
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Summary:

This event will provide an ‘Expert Dialogue’ between the worlds of Finance and Science and will involve a 24-hour event organised by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership in collaboration with the UNEP Finance Initiative.   The dialogue will bring together a select group of financial regulators, industry leaders and academic experts, to explore how forward-looking scenarios can best be used to help understand the role of environmental and social drivers of macro-prudential risks in the banking system.    

 

The event has been organised in response to the 2014 Banking and Environment Initiative publication and independent study: ‘Stability and Sustainability in Banking Reform: Are Environmental Risks Missing in Basel III?’.

 

Date/location of Event: 28 April 2015, Churchill College, Cambridge

The majority of participants will attend via personal invitation only.  However, to express your interest in joining, please complete the Online application form

For further details please contact Lucy Bigam: lucy.bigam@cisl.cam.ac.uk

 

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