Formulating best policy and practice in Asia

Sustainable investing is gaining momentum in Asia. Taxonomies are a powerful tool for scaling up sustainable funding and the landscape is evolving quickly. But the need for a common framework and more alignment between taxonomies across different jurisdictions has become critical. This panel reviewed Asia’s progress and best practices, and discusses whether it can become the world leader in sustainable finance.


Aurélia Britsch, Head of Climate Risk, Sustainable Fitch
Pushkala Ratan, Asia Pacific Climate Lead – Financial Institutions Group, International Finance Corporation, Singapore
Ruenvadee Suwanmongkol, Secretary-General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Thailand
Frank Scheidig, Global Head of Senior Executive Banking, DZ BANK
Yuki Yasui, Regional Director for Asia Pacific, Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net

Tamara Singh, Advisory Board Member, Sustainable Policy Institute, OMFIF

recorded – 8/12/22

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