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#FFF21, the event gathering Luxembourg and EU financial industry’s professionals, is back
Are you ready to join us for an enriching day of knowledge-sharing discussions ?
Once again centered on sustainable finance, with a particular focus on the development of SDG-aligned investments, the Farad Finance Forum distinguishes as a unique opportunity to get to know the major regulatory updates, legal framework and best practices examples from Luxembourg and European top players in the areas of banking, investment funds, asset management and insurance.
A new structure for the interventions designed to present clear, straightforward key messages and take-aways matches with a different location - the European Convention Center.
Authorities and keynote pitches alternate to one-to-one short interviews and discussion sessions in one single main conference.
The focus in the morning and early afternoon session will be set on finance, funds and insurance.
Attendees will get a full insight of the newest trends in the business.
See the Farad Finance Forum 2020 Agenda.
Why should you be at Farad Finance Forum 2021 ?
- Increase your knowledge > get to know the latest local and International regulatory framework from legal experts
- Enhance networking > benefit from the only event in Luxembourg gathering both supervisory authorities and business core industries’ key-players
- Share your expertise > being a technical analysis or pragmatic examples, FFF21 gives professionals the opportunity to share best practices concerning sustainable finance
JUNE 10, 2021
8.00 - 16.00
EUROPEAN CONVENTION CENTER LUXEMBOURG
4 Place de l’Europe, 1499 Luxembourg
The next step of Sustainable Finance
Farad Finance Forum : redirecting mainstream capital flows to SDG-aligned investments
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for everyone. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice.
While it is clear that financial and insurance industries are perfectly aware of the imperative (and performance benefits) provided by sustainable investments and products, progress towards achieving the 2030 United Nations Agenda romains slow.
A major obstacle to advancing SDGs in emerging and developing economies is that most private finance and business activities are not compatible with low-emission development pathways.
Therefore, redirecting mainstream capital flows to SDG-aligned investment is crucial.
Farad Finance Forum will convene public and private actors and discuss on how the local and international community can foster a collective shift towards alignment of social, green and sustainable investments with the UN SDGs in order to implement the Goals on a global scale.