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Sandra Parthie Event 20. November 2020 Livestream-Event: Fighting Climate Change by Scaling up Sustainable Finance

The fight against climate change remains one of the top priorities for the European Commission with the publication of the Sustainable Finance Strategy announced for the end of this year. The financial sector and the promotional banks are playing a crucial role in the transition process towards a more sustainable economy and society.

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Sandra Parthie Event 20. November 2020

Livestream-Event: Fighting Climate Change by Scaling up Sustainable Finance

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German Economic Institute (IW) German Economic Institute (IW)

The fight against climate change remains one of the top priorities for the European Commission with the publication of the Sustainable Finance Strategy announced for the end of this year. The financial sector and the promotional banks are playing a crucial role in the transition process towards a more sustainable economy and society.

This livestream event will give an insight into the relevant initiatives of the European Investment Bank and the manifold contributions of banks and the wider financial sector.

The German Economic Institute (IW) and the Association of German Banks (BdB) cordially invite you to our livestream „Fighting climate change by scaling up sustainable finance”.

This event will take place on
Friday, 20 November 2020, from 14h00 till 15h00

Introductory note
Werner Hoyer, President, European Investment Bank (EIB)

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Panel discussion
Dr. Werner Hoyer, President, European Investment Bank (EIB)
Prof. Dr. Michael Hüther, Director, German Economic Institute (IW)
Dr. Christian Ossig, Chief Executive, Association of German Bank (BdB)

Moderator
Margaret Heckel, Author + Journalist

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We look forward to welcoming you at this event.

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