Hosted by the Center for Sustainable Finance and Private Wealth (CSP) and the Center for Competence for Sustainable Finance (CCSF), University of Zurich.
The 5th Annual Conference is currently being planned by the Center for Sustainable Finance and Private Wealth (CSP) and the Center of Competence in Sustainable Finance (CCSF) at the University of Zurich.
Areas covered can be within, or extend beyond, the following:
Data and Reporting
ESG metrics and ratings; Financial disclosure and reporting; Measuring climate-related factors; Spatial finance; AI and Big Data.
Regulators, Regulation and Policy
The role of central banks and regulators; Political economy and sustainable finance; Sustainable finance and law; Effects of sustainable finance regulation.
Stakeholders and Themes
Impact of sustainable investing on the real economy; (Ultra-) High net worth individuals, advisors, intermediaries; Behavioural aspects of sustainable investing; Investor preferences; (Re-)insurance; Banking; Sustainable investments (e.g. Private Equity, Lending, Blended Finance); Managerial responses to sustainable investing; Debt markets (social bonds, social impact bonds, green bonds); Faith-based investors.
Finance, Society and the Natural Environment
Biodiversity and nature; Adaptation and resilience; Sustainable sectors (water, agriculture, healthcare, infrastructure investment, etc.); Social and societal effects.
GRASFI Best Paper Award
(by BNP Paribas)
GRASFI Best Paper Award for Transparency for Stakeholders
(by Swiss Sustainable Finance)
GRASFI Best Paper Award for Climate Finance Research
(by Imperial College)
GRASFI Best Paper Award for Impactful Research
(by Impact Foundation)