At this seminar we will discuss the EU Taxonomy Regulation and Delegated Acts from several perspectives: the political view of the process and the result, investors’ view on the taxonomy, how a bank can incorporate the taxonomy in its operations and how the taxonomy will affect the real economy.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Emma Wiesner, Member of the European Parliament, Centerpartiet (Swedish Centre Party)
- Victor Snellman, Economist, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise
- Fredrik Nilzén, Head of Group Sustainability, Swedbank
- Anna Hyrske, Principal Responsible Investment Specialist, Bank of Finland
This seminar will take place on Thursday 20 May 2021 and will be held as a virtual/on-line event. The seminar will start at 14.00 and finish at 16.00 CEST. The NCMF Annual General Meeting of 2021 will be held in conjunction with the seminar.
Martin Kihlberg, Board Member, NCMF
|The political view: A political perspective of the legislative process, the taxonomy and EU:s actions regarding sustainability
Emma Wiesner, Member of the European Parliament, Centerpartiet (Swedish Centre Party)
|An investor’s view: The role of responsible investments in central bank treasury management; Why/how is it important? Can a central bank be an active owner and how will the taxonomy affect the investors?
Anna Hyrske , Principal Responsible Investment Specialist, Bank of Finland
|A bank’s view: How can the taxonomy be incorporated in a bank’s operations and business?
Fredrik Nilzén , Head of Group Sustainability, Swedbank
|View from the real economy: How will the taxonomy affect the real economy and the various businesses and enterprises that are the ones that need to adopt to and implement the taxonomy?
Victor Snellman, Economist, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise
All participants moderated by Martin Kihlberg