The London Accord Spring Conference – Climate Change: Structuring Cleantech Investment

Climate Change: Structuring Cleantech Investment
The Conference will address issues related to the development of investment instruments for infrastructure and the low carbon economy. Keynote addresses will be delivered by experts in the field, and panel discussions will provide an opportunity for debate with the delegates.
The London Accord is the world’s largest co-operative investment research programme into environmental, social and governance issues, particularly climate change. Founded in 2005, the London Accord releases investment research to policy makers and the public in order to help promote saner policy formulation on issues that involve finance.
This first part of the conference included the following talks and panel discussions:
Simon Mills, Head of Sustainability, City of London Corporation
Keynote Speech
Jason Langley, Axa Investment Management
‘Securitisation in Renewable Energy: Hercules or Hydra’
Panel – Carbon Monitoring, Reporting and Investment
Hassen Bali, Markit Environmental Registry
Richard Poulden, Vice Chairman, Sirius Exploration plc
Michael Wilkins, Managing Director and Head of Global Carbon Markets, Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services