Increasing attention is being paid to climate change. The current pandemic emphasises the need to equip people with the ability to deal with uncertain environmental, economic and political changes, says Professor of Finance (Practice) Dave Fernandez, Director of SMU’s Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics.

A fast-growing sector of finance is catching up to how capital markets and innovative private sectors can empower positive impact through environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies as a disrupter in investment opportunities.

How will Green Finance impact our investments in the future? Will it influence our prevailing understanding of climate science, financial economics and sustainable investing?


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