Partners

The Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme is supported by research grants and donations from a wide range of organisations, including asset managers, asset owners, banks, civil society, corporates, governments, individuals, insurers, multilateral institutions, philanthropic foundations, and research councils.

Our current grant-makers include: ClimateWorks, European Climate Foundation, Energy Foundation, European Commission, Federal German Environment Agency (UBA), Finance Dialogue, Growald Family Fund, HSBC, Ivey Foundation, John Ellerman Foundation, KR Foundation, Standard Chartered, Tellus Mater Foundation, and The Rothschild Foundation.

ClientWorks European Climate Foundation Energy Foundation European Commission Federal German Environment Agency (UBA) The Finance Dialogue Growald Family Fund HSBC Ivey Foundation John Ellerman Foundation KR Foundation Standard Chartered Tellus Mater Foundation Rothschild Foundation

Past grant-makers have included: Ashden Trust, Aviva Investors, Bunge Ltd, CCLA, the City of London Corporation, Craigmore Sustainables, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Generation Foundation, KPMG, Lloyd's of London, The Luc Hoffmann Institute, Norges Bank Investment Management, UNEP, Rio Tinto, Russell Investments, The Woodchester Trust, and WWF-UK.

Ashden Trust Aviva Investors Bunge Ltd CCLA City of London Corporation Craigmore Farming Foreign & Commonwealth Office Generation Foundation KPMG Lloyds Luc Hoffman Institute Norges Bank UNEP Rio Tinto Russell Investments WWF-UK

Our research partners include: Standard & Poor's, OECD Centre on Green Finance and Investment, CDP, ClientEarth, Trucost, 2° Investing Initiative, and E3G.

Standard & Poors OECD Centre on Green Finance and Investment CDP ClientEarth TruCost 2 degree Investing Initiative E3G