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We are delighted to bring you the second edition of TXFs hugely popular Sustainable Commodity Finance event promising to set the bar high, bringing you the highest quality content presented by key market figures and joined by senior deal-makers.
The biggest challenge for the foreseeable future remains financing the flow of commodities in a sustainable manner, from transparent and ethical supply chains to combatting climate change and transitioning towards carbon neutrality.
How can this goal be realised in a way which does not leave various countries, communities or counterparties behind? Who will finance the transition and through what innovative structures? Will the key drivers of change be internal or external? To what extent will reputational risk and governmental clampdowns impact on market players? Do the methodological, certification and taxonomy frameworks exist to meaningfully tackle this challenge? Will the next supercycle be ‘green’?
These are just some of the pressing questions the industry must collaborate on in order to chart a path forward for Sustainable Commodity Finance.
This event will be taking place on our very own custom-built virtual event platform Kuejnga, allowing all participants to view all content live and on-demand but also connect with each other by browsing the delegate list and communicate through a messaging and video call service. In short, we can bring the key players in the commodity finance world directly to you, wherever you are.
To find out more about our speaking and sponsorship opportunities please contact Aife: Aife.Howse@txfmedia.com
Hesham Zakai is the Managing Director of TXF, a leading media and events company specialising in trade, commodity and export finance, with a global portfolio of 20 conferences. He has previously worked at the Special Reports team of the Financial Times and in the Press department at the European Parliament. He is also the former editor-in-chief of London Student, and has published essays on topics ranging from the history of the Middle East to the impact of technology on local British communities.
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