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2ª Edição

Sustainable Finance: Green and Climate Finance

ISEG - IDEFE :: Executive Education Contents

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Presentation
  • Sustainable Finance is now at the top of the agenda for the financial sector and also large, medium, and small companies. European regulation is becoming more relevant, because the European aims to align the financial sector with the European Green Deal and with the EU Environmental goals. The market for green financial products is growing.
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  • - Financial Players are requested by the Regulation EU 2019/2008 to disclose information on sustainability‐related issues and how they are incorporating sustainability risks in their policies and products
  • - As from 2022, banks will, will be required to disclose prudential information on environmental, social, and governance risks, including transition and physical risks
  • - Banks will need to classify their company clients on an ESG ranking and the projects requesting loans will have to be ranked according to their alignment with the EU taxonomy
  • - An ESG risk analysis, both on lending and on stock selection will soon become mainstream
  • - Starting in 2022, large companies will be required to report how their turnover, OPEX, and CAPEX are aligned with the EU Taxonomy
  • - All public finance from the EU and member states will have to be aligned with the 'do no significant harm' regime of the EU Taxonomy, which means that companies applying for public funds will need to demonstrate how their projects do not significantly damage any of the six EU environmental goals
  • - Green Bonds are becoming an interesting financial product with a high level of demand. Not only large companies can issue these types of bonds, but SMEs can also do so
  • - Some of the TCFD recommendations will most likely become mandatory for large companies, SMEs, and also financial players
  • - Disclosure of CO2 emissions – Scope 1, 2, and 3 – will become common practice for all types of companies
  • - Governance for sustainability and new sustainable governance models are already being created, and new capitalism business models are emerging, such as the B Corp, Social Companies, and Conscious Capitalism
  • - Non-financial information will become strategic information for all types of investors
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Goals

  • How will the European Action Plan on Financing Sustainable Growth impact my business?
  • What is the relation between the Sustainable Development Goals and the financial system?
  • What is the connection between the circular economy, decarbonization and ecosystem services, and my organisation's business?
  • How can I define an ESG Risk Policy?
  • How can I carry out ESG due diligence?
  • As a company, what type of information will be asked for when I’m looking for a loan or investment?
  • What types of green financial products exist?
  • What are the trends related to governance for sustainability?
  • How can I prepare my company to face these challenges?
 
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Target

RISK ANALYSTS

PORTFOLIO MANAGERS 

FUND MANAGERS 

MARKETING TEAMS 

FINANCIAL PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT TEAMS 

SALES DIRECTORS OF BANKS

COMPLIANCE DIRECTORS

STRATEGY AND PROSPECTIVE DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS

MECHANICAL ENGINEERS

BIOLOGISTS

ECONOMISTS

MANAGERS

CONSULTANTS

Testemunhos

This course was initially proposed by my company, EDP, which is increasingly on this path of sustainability and decarbonization and has therefore suggested some of its employees learn a little more about these topics. The idea is not only to get acquainted but also to try and pour a little of this knowledge back into our organization and into our day-to-day work.
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Maria Teresa Freitas

Strategic Planning, EDP Comercial, EDP

The expectations for this course would be to learn more about sustainable funding, and understand what other organizations are doing, and especially how we can evolve with all the legal requirements from the European Commission. During the course, we managed to get that perception of other organizations and countries from very interesting speakers who gave us an overlook and some of those answers.
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Jorge Rodrigues de Almeida

Managing Director, RDA Climate Solutions

key details

  • June, 2nd - September, 29th
  • Wednesday 9.00 a.m. - 6.30 p.m
  • Inglês
  • 8 days | 56 hours
  • 2.800
    • Includes:

      • Tuition;
      • Welcome kit and educational materials;
      • Lunch and coffee-breaks; 
      • Access to ISEG car parking;
      • Graduation ceremony and diploma.

       

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Program Advisor

Miguel Bugalho
miguel.bugalho@isegexecutive.education
(+351) 962 681 960
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