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The implications of climate change on financial stability and the economy can no longer be ignored. The Financial Institution and the Private Sector both have the responsibility and ability to improve the nation’s overall preparedness to manage the impacts of climate change, as well as to mitigate ESG risks and support the critical transition towards a low carbon economy.
 
 
Hear it from banks, investors and insurance/takaful companies on how ESG issues are being integrated into decision-making, and to understand how sustainable finance can provide a competitive advantage for both Financial Institution and private sector.
 
 
 

ASSET MANAGERS

  1. Marie Gauthier, Assistant Vice President, Asia Sustainable Finance, WWF Singapore
  2. Daniel Ng, Investment Manager Asian Equities at ASI
  3. Louise Kooy-Henckel, Managing Director, Wellington Management
  4. Nicola Stefan Koch, Deputy Head of Retail Investment, 2DII
ANCILLARY SERVICES (LEGAL, HR, COMM, FINANCE)
  1. Kala Anandarajah, Partner, Head of Competition & Antitrust and Trade, Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP
  2. Michael Long, Head of Sustainability, Lendlease Asia
  3. Fredrik Andersen, Corporations & Supply Chains Lead, CDP
  4. Karlijn van den Berg, Transformation Lead, ABN Amro Bank N.V.
  5. Juan Aranols, CEO, Nestle Malaysia
  6. Karlijn van den Berg, Transformation Lead, ABN Amro Bank N.V.
CONSUMER BANKING
  1. Bas Rüter, Director of Sustainability, Rabobank
  2. Mohd Muazzam Mohamed, CEO, Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd
  3. David Carlin, TCFD Lead, UNEP FI
  4. Antoni Ballabriga, Global Head of Responsible Business, BBVA
  5. Todd Stevenson, Chief Member Outcomes Officer, Colonial First State (CFS)
INSTITUTIONAL
  1. Ryan Bjorkquist, Executive Director, Environmental and Social Risk Management, Standard Chartered Bank
  2. Roger Charles , Executive Director, Environmental and Social Risk Management, Standard Chartered Bank
  3. Pierre Rousseau, Strategic Advisor, Sustainable Business, BNP Paribas
INSURANCE AND TAKAFUL
  1. Junior Cho, CEO, Zurich General Insurance Malaysia Bhd
  2. Marcel Omar Papp, Head Reinsurance, SwissRe Malaysia
  3. Elmie Aman Najas, Chairman of Malaysian Takaful Association (MTA)
  4. Luisa Evaristo, Chief Risk Officer, Etiqa Insurance and Takaful

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