SSE Leaders Luncheon: Climate

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Date: 7 December 2015
Time: 11:00-15:00
Location: Hotel Peninsula, 5 Avenue des Portugais, Paris, France
Registration: Private, by invitation only


Event Summary

This December in Paris, world leaders gathered for the UN climate summit (COP21) to complete a new global agreement. This summit caps a year that has seen numerous momentous international breakthroughs, from the G20 pact on climate policy to the China-USA Joint Presidential Announcement on Climate Change. As climate plays an increasingly prominent role in the development of investment policy and regulation, it also has a growing impact on capital markets, investors and corporations. COP21 set the stage for a new generation of global climate change policies that will influence markets for years to come.

How can capital market leaders help to deliver the forthcoming climate change agreements in Paris? How will these agreements shape capital markets in the coming years? This peer-to-peer CEO summit provided a platform for addressing climate challenges and opportunities and sharing views on the path forward. Hosted by Mirova and Natixis, this United Nations event welcomed an exclusive group of C-level participants from stock exchanges, institutional investors, and listed companies joining public policy leaders from international organizations, national governments and regulatory bodies.

Opening Comments

Thematic Overview

Keynote Speech

 

High-level dialogue

Closing Remarks

Programme

8:30-9:30 Euronext Opening Bell: Euronext Paris 

11:00-11:20 Coffee served as speakers arrive to Hotel Peninsula

11:20-11:30 Opening comments

11:30-13:30 Moderated high-level dialogue

13:30-14:30 Lunch

14:30-15:00 Concluding remarks

Opening Bell at Euronext Paris


Pictures from the SSE Leaders Luncheon


Press Coverage


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The Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative

The UN SSE initiative is co-organised by UNCTAD, the UN Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment and the UNEP Finance Initiative. Launched in 2009 by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the SSE initiative is a peer-to-peer learning platform for exploring how exchanges (in collaboration with policymakers, regulators, investors and companies) can promote responsible investment for sustainable development. Stock exchanges around the world are invited to join the initiative by signing a voluntary public commitment to promote sustainable business practices in their market.

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