Environmental Finance is pleased to announce that its fourth annual Natural Capital Investment conference returns in-person, taking place on 23 March in London.
With the interest in ESG investing at an all-time high, institutional investors are shining a light on a previously sidelined indicator of environmental health: biodiversity.
But despite an increasing number of funds being created, natural capital investment opportunities remain limited, and biodiversity needs to be built into consideration of all companies and their investors.
Attend this conference to discuss the challenges and opportunities for financial institutions, investors, corporates, and service providers in this evolving space.
If you are interested in partnering with us for this event, please contact Bryn Hossack at firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss your specific requirements and the opportunities available.
Some of the key areas of discussion include:
COP 15 outcomes - what it means for investors
Regulation and nature-related disclosures
The benefits of collaborative engagement initiatives
How could investors deploy capital into carbon credit markets at scale?
Blended finance – What role can central banks play?
Understanding biodiversity and identifying opportunities to invest in
We are proud that over 50% of delegates who attended in 2022 were from corporates and financial institutions.
Scaling natural capital investment
Selected 2021 Video Panels
Click the link to register for this event.
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Highlights & Quotes
"A useful event that helps investors, asset managers and service providers to get a better understanding of these asset classes."
"A great mixed audience of investors, academics, and others. A valuable event for networking too."
"A valuable conference that brings together people from private investment, equity, and fixed income. It’s the perfect place to share ideas for investments and financial instruments that help to develop natural capital projects."
Climate Policy Initiative
“This event is very important to the green finance community.”
Scottish Wildlife Trust