This topic is more important than ever given the scale of the impact of climate events on the global population, and the significance of the opportunity in COP26 to influence our path forward.
During this discussion we share our experience and views on what Net Zero means for the financial services industry and investor community and the role that each can play in accelerating the global transition to Net Zero.
We highlight about some of the critical challenges that the industry faces, as well as the opportunities that transition will create.
MC - Baringa: Colin Preston, Partner, Head of Climate Change Solutions
Baringa: Oliver Rix, Partner, Energy Advisory Services and Anindita Pal, Director, Net-Zero Climate Strategy
Blackrock: Antonio Baldaque da Silva, Managing Director, Head of the Aladdin Sustainability Lab and Christopher Weber, Managing Director, Head of Climate and Sustainability Research
The case for investing in energy efficiency for real estate
The drive for greater energy efficiency in real estate is rapidly gathering momentum. It is a pivotal moment for financial institutions to profit from the energy transition while building a stronger society and economy.Read more
Decoding the US Treasury’s principles for net zero financing and investment
Baringa outlines four main actions that financial services firms can take to incorporate the US Treasury’s Principles for Net Zero Financing and Investment into their reporting and planning for net zero investing.Read more
How should Australia's financial services firms respond to the real estate transition?
Australia's financial institutions face significant exposure to real estate. How can they realise the opportunities and mitigate risk as Australia greens its buildings?Read more
What are the opportunities for financial services firms in the US real estate transition?
We cover the current state of real estate decarbonization along with recommendations for how financial services institutions can capitalize on the opportunities inherent in the transition.Read more