Financial Times Making Finance Sustainable
Come hear ClearlySo's Tamsin Chislett speak at the Financial Times Making Finance Sustainable Conference
Get straight to the business of thinking creatively, strategically and insightfully about the real power of innovative sustainable financing and how to maximise its value at this half day meeting.
The opportunities for financing sustainable progress globally are almost limitless: from safeguarding the environment to educating women and from combating major pandemics to supporting digital health or infrastructure schemes. Yet the market for social bonds and impact investing, whilst growing, is still roomy. Plenty of un-tapped potential exists, but as long as sustainable finance remains a semi-decorative CSR appendage, then instruments may be shirked as gimmicky or lack-lustre in their strategic appeal.
This meeting is designed to get straight to the business of thinking creatively, strategically and insightfully about the real power of innovative sustainable financing and how to maximise its value. Through a joined-up-thinking approach to the workings of the financial sector, real economy and global communities, with a vision for the future, investors and lenders will discuss how to align projects to specific business objectives or interests as well as how to track impact thus creating a solid framework for what ‘sustainable finance’ means as well as devising a robust toolkit for fine-tuning strategies delivering optimum returns.
ClearlySo’s Tamsin Chislett will be speaking on a panel titled “Investing in Innovation: From green tech to digital health and financial inclusion.”