2022 ESG Financing Summit | ESG financing
A real momentum and uptake

About the event

We are proud to invite you to the WSBI ESG Finance Summit 2022.
Our aim is to bring together leading policy makers and executives from the financial sector to discuss the prevailing market and regulatory trends in sustainable finance.
As an association that brings together leading financial institutions from around the world, we are confident that the ESG Finance Summit 2022 will be an important platform for the financial industry to address ESG finance.

What to expect on 26th of September:

starts at 4:00 PM CET with supported languages: English & Spanish

Panel “Tools and practices for responsible finance. A Global Overview from the financial industry”

What to expect on 27th of September:
starts at 8:00 AM CET with supported languages: English, Chinese & Arabic

Panel 1 “Regulatory approaches to ESG finance”

The need to finance the global transition to sustainable development is constantly growing. Financial industry is required to gain a deeper understanding of the relevant context and regulatory requirements, for which they need to build their own expertise.
What determines the state of the market today and how should it be regulated?
What changes at the micro- and macroeconomic levels can the widespread use of sustainable finance lead to?

Panel 2 “Integration of ESG factors into the risk assessment system”

How are ESG principles integrated into the financial products? How do ESG factors integrate into the risk assessment system? What do analysts rely on in this process? Parameters and case study.

Panel 3 “Tools and practices for responsible finance. Overview from financial industry”

The speed and quality of the development of the responsible finance market depends not only on regulators, but also on the financial industry themselves, or rather, the degree of their clients’ interest in the relevant products and services. What do clients need to support sustainability initiatives?
What products are financial institutions ready to offer to their customers?
What are their differences and what do they depend on?

Which of the parties – the financial institutions or the client – should act as a motivator in the creation and offer of ESG products?

How and what products of responsible financing can support not only the “green” but also the social agenda?

Co-organizers

WSBI-ESBG

Driven by the three “R’s”​.With roots in 1924, WSBI-ESBG members enjoy a long history of socially responsible banking around the world. Although organizational structures vary from country to country, they each share certain values in their business models, embedded within the three “R”s.

The Union of Arab Banks

The UAB is financially, administratively, and an organizationally autonomous entity and serves as a comprehensive organization representing the Arab banking and financial community. giving key support to Arab Banks, financial institutions, economic organizations, and banking institutions with mutual support and connections to the Arab world. Member of ECOSOC United Nations – New York, accredited at the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), supporting Member of United Nations Environmental Program-Finance initiatives (UNEP-FI) – Geneva

The Union of Arab Banks Website

Asian Financial Cooperation Association

AFCA shall be a regional non-government and non-profit international organization registered with China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs, mainly composed of financial institutions, associations of the financial industry, government related agencies, and relevant professional service agencies as well as individuals in financial field from Asian countries and regions on a voluntary basis.

Asian Financial Cooperation Association WEBSITE