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G20 Green Finance Conference Singapore: Making Markets Work for Green Finance

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15 Nov G20 Green Finance Conference Singapore: Making Markets Work for Green Finance

The Global Financial Markets Association (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), a conference will be held  to build awareness for 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.

Members of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs can enjoy a discounted delegate fee of USD500 (original price at USD600). Please insert the promo code ‘GF2017GOE’ during your online registration process.

For more information on the event, please refer to the conference website: www.asifma.org/green2017. The conference program, confirmed speakers and other details will be updated there.

The event is open to the press.


Event Details

Date: Wednesday, 15th November 2017
Time: 8:30am – 5:40pm (Registration starts at 8:30am; Event will begin sharply at 8:50am)
Venue: Marina Mandarin Hotel Singapore
Leo & Capricorn Room, Level 1
6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
Singapore 039594