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27 September 2021

TXF to host virtual breakfast briefing on findings from ICC White Paper on Sustainability in Export Finance

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14 October 2021, 09:00 BST. As the official media partner for the recently released ICC White Paper on Sustainability in Export Finance, TXF will be hosting a breakfast briefing webinar on 14 October 2021 to discuss the key findings from the report. Register now.

Following the publication of the ICC White Paper on Sustainability in Export Finance, TXF will be hosting the lead authors and members of the Steering Committee in a virtual breakfast briefing webinar to discuss the key findings from the report.

 

Virtual breakfast briefing: Findings from the ICC White Paper on Sustainability in Export Finance

14 October 2021, 9:00 BST

Register here: https://exportfinancetv.txfmedia.com/Account/Register

Speakers:

Paul Richards - Head of Structured Export Finance - ANZ

Chris Mitman - Head of Export & Agency Finance - Investec

Jennifer Loewen – Director - International Financial Consulting

Hussein Sefian - Founding Partner - Acre Impact Capital

 

The wide-ranging ICC White Paper, which aims to bridge the gap between export finance and sustainable finance professionals and knowledge, drew on insights of almost 500 market participants. The report singles out updates to the OECD Arrangement as the most promising path to boosting the proportion of sustainable export finance transactions as well as a more synchronised approach to divergent definitions and frameworks; greater support to developing companies that are exporting innovative solutions to tackle environmental and social issues; and maximising the potential of blended finance to meet the large capex needs of new technologies. The virtual breakfast briefing will explore these topics in detail and allow viewers to ask questions directly to the authors.

For more information on the ICC White Paper key findings please see our recent article here: https://www.txfnews.com/News/Article/7257/Modernise-OECD-Arrangement-to-boost-sustainability-ICC-report-urges

 

 

 

 

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