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The 38th TBLI CONFERENCE will be held in Zurich, Switzerland
What to expect
- A carefully curated program tailored for both ESG and Impact Investors
- Practical Workshops with case studies, market analysis and lessons learned
- Interactive TBLI Masterclasses on opportunities, innovation and risks
- High-Level Plenary Sessions with seasoned ESG investors, entrepreneurs, CSR and SRI specialists
- Entrepreneur Pitching Salon featuring pre-qualified businesses
Climate change will reshape every aspect of the global economy, from politics to migration, financing to supply chains. Markets are demanding greater transparency on the climate risks that firms face. So, too, are regulators: in 2019 the Bank of England announced plans for climate stress tests for banks. Such demands will only increase.
Over five days, The Economist will ask what role governments and central banks should play in embedding climate-change data into financial decision-making. How can companies overcome the first-mover disadvantage associated with publishing their risk exposures? Does technology reinvent the rules of risk management? And how can the public and private sectors work together to combat what has become the greatest risk of all?
Our climate-risk content
The Economist has called for a clear-headed approach to tackling the complex issues around climate change. We have explored the urgency of managing climate risk across our events, newspaper and fortnightly newsletters.
New for 2020
Climate change has a significant impact across a wide range of industries, causing a series of transitional, legal and financial risks. After the success of its inaugural summit in 2019, Climate Risk Virtual Week will feature critical global insights from industry leaders on how to better measure, manage, mitigate and report climate-related risks.
The programme will explore the unique opportunity which the pandemic has provided to governments and businesses to speed up the transition to a low carbon economy. In addition, participants will hear about multiple risks, assess evolving regulatory and disclosure frameworks. We explore the role of climate-related data and the new road to COP26.
With the virtual format this year, we plan to host more than 600 attendees across the week with an even broader geographic range than before. Climate Risk Virtual Week will be a premier forum bringing together corporates and public-sector executives to discuss and debate the current state of climate risk and accelerating future action. We provide a platform to better assess climate risks, providing financial and systematic level stability.
Time: 1 PM – 5 PM BST / 8 AM – 12 PM EST
With a growing number of Fintech platforms and increased digitalization infiltrating the microfinance industry, the pressure to adapt and implement these technologies in order to stay competitive and innovative puts MFIs to the test. While some microfinance industries excel at digitalization, others struggle to keep up. Part of the challenge of technological transformation is the widespread skepticism of leaving behind traditional operations to adopt more digital ways of working. How well the industry has adapted to these changes and challenges varies from region to region and opens a multitude of possibilities to learn and start shifting from the basics to more complex areas of digitalization.
Changing social expectations, like increased gender equality, and unprecedented external factors, like the outbreak of COVID-19, have major influences on the operational success of MFIs around the APAC region and have become common points of concern. This conference will be a platform for experts and industry professionals operating within microfinance to convene, network, and share knowledge and experiences. The common themes and topics of discussion will include the difficulties of digitalization and key trends for microfinance industry-players, challenging traditional working systems and innovating, and becoming more agile to changing external factors.
Attending the Women in Global Development Leadership Forum is a life-changing experience.
On Oct 26, 2020, 400 women and men will converge in Washington DC for the third edition of this unique global event.
When you attend, you can expect a full day of inspiring, interactive sessions with one singular focus: to increase the power and influence of women and diverse leaders in the global development sector.
Join us for a collaborative experience and participate in conversations that address some of the most significant challenges of our time.
This year’s conference will engage hundreds of practitioners from around the world in disruptive collaboration to unlearn, learn and take collective action.
Our flagship event, the SEEP Annual Conference gathers leading global thinkers and doers, at the forefront of economic inclusion and social empowerment efforts across the world. The SEEP Annual Conference is a unique forum where we debate bold ideas and learn openly from our failures, and challenge our own assumptions to build the next generation of development solutions in and beyond market systems.
The SEEP Annual Conference will be very different this year. In response to the rapidly evolving global crisis and with our steadfast commitment to creating a meaningful and safe experience for our community, we know that the in-person 3-day conference model of years past will not be possible this year. We have decided to move to an entirely online forum with enhanced interaction and dynamic learning spaces, taking place on October 26-30, 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the social and economic upheaval it has caused, has resulted in deep uncertainty and has accelerated SEEP’s own journey of becoming a more agile network and team. The 2020 conference theme, Disruptive Collaboration: navigating a radically uncertain world, embodies this discomfort.
Designed for the global electric power & energy industry, POWER WEEK ASIA provides 5 days of networking opportunities, consisting of 2-day conference as the focal event, 6 supplementary workshops, multiple case studies, expert views, and valuable insights on market outlook.
Meet your industry peers from electricity regulators, national power companies, renewable & IPPs, investors and suppliers – all at one platform. It would serve as an opportunity to engage with top industry players from around the globe. With the vast range of participants at this exclusive event, learn about the success strategies and pitfalls of well-known power projects, through our intense case studies. With valuable insights on power market economics, policy & regulations, technology transfer, environmental impacts, fuel supply sources, renewable / hydro / gas to power developments, PPAs, investment & financing, energy efficiency, smart grid, energy storage, power contracts and many more from C-level expert speakers & attendees, POWER WEEK ASIA is certainly an event not to be missed!
The Greenwich Economic Forum: A Global Alternative Investment Conference Focusing on the Defining Issues of Our Times
This event is exclusive to C-Suite executives, senior business leaders, founders, and investors. All applications are subject to review by the Greenwich Business Institute and The Economist Events and attendees will only be approved if they meet this criteria. If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Access Pass Includes:
- Access to all 3 main conference days
- Priority seating at one of our roundtables, where you’ll dig into specific topics with a select group of fellow business leaders (limited seating available at a first-come, first-served basis)
- Entry to our virtual Expo Hall to explore new solutions and view cutting-edge demos by some of the world’s most innovative companies
- Access to the Greenwich Economic Forum Video Library, where you can re-watch the recordings OnDemand
- Live Chat with fellow attendees who could become future collaborators, investors and advisors
- Ability to set up 1:1 meetings with fellow attendees
- Create your own customizable calendar. Bookmark your favorite sessions to arrange your schedule to your liking and receive notifications reminding you when a session is about to begin.
- Access to the live chat, Q&A, and polling so you can make your voice heard during each one of our sessions
View Only Pass Includes:
- Access to all 1 main conference day,
- Seating at one of our roundtables, where you’ll dig into specific topics with a select group of fellow business leaders (limited seating available at a first-come, first-served basis)
**For access to all main conference days, networking, live chat, 1:1 meetings and the video library post-event, invest in the All-Access Pass.
It has been a difficult few months and during this time we at e-MFP have engaged with our members and friends to mobilize resources and adapt our activities to best mitigate the effects this pandemic brings to our sector and the vulnerable people we as a community serve.
One of our flagship activities is European Microfinance Week held annually in November and with it in mind, we have been closely monitoring the public health situation globally. Now more than ever it’s vital to connect and gather together the inclusive finance world to find solutions to the most pressing issues of the sector.
However in the face of the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic we’ve taken the decision to gather responsibly and this year EMW 2020 will go online 16th – 20th November.
We are considering how this special edition online EMW 2020 might look like and how best to deliver the EMW goals of exchanging knowledge & connecting the financial inclusion sector and have reached out to our members for their input.
More information will be available soon!