Wed May 05 2021
AccountAbility CEO Mr. Sunil A. Misser - alongside executives from the European Banking Authority, Société Générale, and European Investment Bank - discussed the role of the finance sector in assisting an equitable transition to a low carbon global economy at the 2021 Sustainable Investment Forum-Europe
How effective has the Financial Services sector been in its inclusivity of women and other minority groups? What can the Banking Sector do to restore consumer trust and improve perceptions about its ethics and competence? How can financial leaders “action” ESG?
This Earth Day - April 22 - AccountAbility’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Sunil A. Misser, virtually moderated a panel that discussed these critical questions at the 2021 Sustainable Investment Forum-Europe, hosted by Climate Action and the United Nations Environment Programme-Finance Initiative (UNEP-FI).
Entitled Banking on Sustainability: Is the Finance Sector Doing Enough?, the panel engaged executives from the European Banking Authority, Société Générale, and European Investment Bank in a discussion on the role of the finance sector in assisting an equitable transition toward a low carbon global economy.
In this video, you'll hear notable highlights from the conversation between the following esteemed professionals and AccountAbility's expert moderator, including:
Sylvie Préa, Group Director of Corporate & Social Responsibility, Société Générale:
Slavka Eley, Head of Unit Banking Markets, Innovation, and Products, European Banking Authority:
Elina Kamentizer, Head of the Climate Office, European Investment Bank:
Sunil A. Misser, Chief Executive Officer, AccountAbility: