Oxford Sustainable Finance Summit 2022
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|Date||Wednesday 20 July 2022 - Thursday 21 July 2022|
|Time||09:30 - 22:00|
The Examination Schools, University of Oxford
75-81 The High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BG
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About the summit
Watch the 2022 Summit recordings, including the closing debate in Oxford University's historic Sheldonian Theatre.
2021 in many ways marked a watershed moment for sustainable finance. COP26 in Glasgow resulted in unprecedented net zero and nature positive commitments from across the global financial system.
In 2022 the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group, together with colleagues from across the University of Oxford, will host the University’s first sustainable finance summit.
It will bring together leading researchers from across Oxford with practitioners, policymakers, regulators, and civil society organisations to examine and reflect on the latest developments and trends in sustainable finance and investment. It will also showcase and critically evaluate emerging best practices across finance sub-sectors, asset classes, and sustainability themes.
Topics we will focus on include: biodiversity and nature, climate litigation and liability, climate-related physical and transition risks, emerging regulatory frameworks and reporting requirements, engagement and stewardship, net zero transition plans, novel machine learning and data science methods, risk pricing across sectors and asset classes, spatial finance, supervision and stress testing, and sustainability-linked products and instruments, among other things.
Join us for two special days in Oxford in summer 2022 for a unique in-person conference.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Oxford.
Topics we will focus on include:
- biodiversity and nature
- climate litigation and liability
- climate-related physical and transition risks
- emerging regulatory frameworks and reporting requirements
- engagement and stewardship
- net zero transition plans
- novel machine learning and data science methods
- risk pricing across sectors and asset classes
- spatial finance
- supervision and stress testing
- sustainability-linked products and instruments
See the Oxford Sustainable Finance Summit website for more details.