In late 2020, Singapore launched its first institute focused in green finance research and talent development, the Singapore Green Finance Centre (SGFC), which will tap the strengths of Imperial College Business School and the SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business in climate science, financial economics and sustainable investing. The centre is supported by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and nine founding partners. In a joint statement, the two academic institutions and MAS said that SGFC’s multi-disciplinary research and training will enable financial institutions, corporates and policymakers to improve the management of environmental risks, develop financial solutions to promote environmental sustainability, and design policies for a sustainable future.

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