This event forms part of a week-long series of events focussed on sustainable finance in Jersey to mark the first year of our strategy, Jersey For Good – A Sustainable Future.
At our second Sustainable Finance Community of Interest (CofI) meeting of 2022, David Postlethwaite, our sustainable finance lead, will focus on specific activities being undertaken to enhance Jersey’s enabling environment for sustainable finance. We will be joined by Florencia Baldi, who leads the UNDP-convened FC4S and SIF Knowledge Hub, a global insights platform to advance sustainable finance at financial centers and insurance regulators level, respectively. Florencia will be giving an overview of the recent FC4S Global State of Play report for sustainable finance, which charts the progress of financial centres including Jersey in deploying capital to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement.
Additionally, there will be an opportunity for discussion and sharing of ideas to support policy development, as well as a deeper dive into current trends in sustainable finance affecting Jersey.
If you have any questions, please contact a member of the events team.
Florencia Baldi Head of FC4S & SIF Knowledge Hub, Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S)
Florencia Baldi leads the UNDP-convened FC4S' and SIF Knowledge Hub, a global insights platform to advance sustainable finance at financial centers and insurance regulators level, respectively. She previously worked for the Argentine Ministry of the Treasury in the sustainable finance agenda during the Argentine G20 Presidency, collaborating with Bank of England, IFC, UNEP Inquiry, and The Green Digital Finance Alliance, among others. She developed research on commodity price projections at Universidad Torcuato di Tella in Argentina. In the private sector, she participated in the structuring of a public-private financial trust to build energy infrastructure and oversaw Mutual Guarantee Companies’ management. She holds a B.A. in Economics from Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and a M.Sc. in Econometrics at Universidad Torcuato di Tella in Argentina.