Lunch & Learn with Montréal Finance's FSI
IFD-FM / FM-FSI presents

Lunch & Learn with Montréal Finance's FSI

September 17th 2018
11:45 am – 1:45 pm / Doors: 11:30 am

900, boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest, 8e étage, Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact IFD-FM / FM-FSI at ifd-fsi@finance-montreal.com.

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LUNCH & LEARN
Mobilising Financial Centres for Climate Action and Sustainable DevelopmentFor the world to progress on climate change and sustainability, financial centres must play a key role in promoting and accelerating sustainable finance. Through their common mission of fostering cooperation among a vast range of institutions, financial centres have the capacity to drive sustainable development in the financial services industry. To harness the mobilizing power of financial centres around the world, the International Network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S) was created in 2017, with the objective of sharing best practices and identifying common priorities. Learn more about the FC4S Network, its commitments, vision and current initiatives with Jeremy McDaniels, Head of Projects.

About International Network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S)
The FC4S Network is the global platform for financial centre action on green and sustainable finance. The objective of the network is to exchange experience and take common action, raise ambition, and promote market growth. Launched in 2017, the FC4S Network is an organized partnership between the world's leading financial centres and United Nations Environment Programme. For more information, visit: www.fc4s.org.

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Please note that the event will be held in English.
By participating in this event you accept that your photo might be taken and published to promote our activities.

 

 

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LUNCH & LEARN
Mobilising Financial Centres for Climate Action and Sustainable DevelopmentFor the world to progress on climate change and sustainability, financial centres must play a key role in promoting and accelerating sustainable finance. Through their common mission of fostering cooperation among a vast range of institutions, financial centres have the capacity to drive sustainable development in the financial services industry. To harness the mobilizing power of financial centres around the world, the International Network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S) was created in 2017, with the objective of sharing best practices and identifying common priorities. Learn more about the FC4S Network, its commitments, vision and current initiatives with Jeremy McDaniels, Head of Projects.

About International Network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S)
The FC4S Network is the global platform for financial centre action on green and sustainable finance. The objective of the network is to exchange experience and take common action, raise ambition, and promote market growth. Launched in 2017, the FC4S Network is an organized partnership between the world's leading financial centres and United Nations Environment Programme. For more information, visit: www.fc4s.org.

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Please note that the event will be held in English.
By participating in this event you accept that your photo might be taken and published to promote our activities.

 

 

Jeremy McDaniels

Head of Projects
FC4S Network, UN Environment Programme

Jeremy McDaniels is Head of Projects for the International Network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S Network), where he leads collaborative projects between financial centres to scale up green and sustainable finance. In addition, he is also Secretary of the Sustainable Insurance Forum, the global platform of supervisory and regulatory collaboration on climate change issues in the insurance sector. From 2015 to 2018 he worked with the UN Environment Inquiry into the Design of the Sustainable Financial System, where he advised governments, regulators, and international institutions on sustainable finance, including the G20 and the G7. Prior to joining UN Environment, Jeremy worked as a management consultant and an academic researcher.