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Event Date Thu Oct 7 EDT (9 months ago)
Location Virtual Event
Region All

As the focus on net zero is increasing, the concept of transition finance is gaining traction. While there is still no universal definition of what it encompasses, market players are actively discussing what a transition finance framework could or should look like. In 2020, the Climate Bonds Initiative published its whitepaper Financing Credible Transitions, and ICMA followed suit with its long-awaited guidelines Climate Transition Finance Handbook.

Yet the debate continues. What are the challenges linked to such a concept? How were the new guidelines perceived by the market? And can transition finance become a real trend if a clear definition is yet to be defined?

This webinar will cover all these aspects and more and showcase the perspectives of different stakeholders including issuers, external reviewers, industry associations and exchanges.

Key areas of discussion:

• Key takeaways from available guidelines for transition finance in the market
• Transition bonds: what are the main challenges for issuers and what are the lessons learned so far?
• What role does the increasing scrutiny of issuers’ overall sustainability strategy and pathway to net zero play in the development of new transition products?
• What does transition finance mean for the broader financial ecosystem, including reviewers and exchanges?


2021 Speakers


Laetitia Hamon
Head of Sustainable Finance, Luxembourg Stock Exchange


Anna Creed
Head of Standards, Climate Bonds Initiative

Kevin Ranney
Executive Director of Corporate Solutions, Sustainalytics

Paul O’Connor
Head of EMEA ESG DCM, JP Morgan

Jacob Michaelsen
Head of Sustainable Finance Advisory, Nordea

Sponsors & Partners

2021 Sponsor & Partner

• Luxembourg Green Exchange