We were pleased to host the 2022 IIF EM Sustainable Finance Summit, which was convened online on Thursday, September 15. The Summit built on the tremendous success of our 2021 and 2022 IIF Sustainable Finance Summits and provided an opportunity for the IIF to address the most critical issues facing emerging markets. Topic coverage included sessions on the road to net-zero, financing the transition, natural capital and biodiversity, the need for global coordination, and the IIF’s hallmark “Views from the C-Suite.”

Promoting sustainable capital flows to emerging economies is a growing priority for the global investment community, bringing together public and private sectors to catalyze climate and environmental finance, promote good governance, and support broader development goals. Ahead of COP27–the first global climate conference to be held in Africa—this event looked at the fast-changing landscape for investment flows to emerging markets, as well as new initiatives to build ESG markets and mobilize capital. With demand for sustainable investments expected to surge over the next decade, and a wide range of investment opportunities to be tapped in emerging and developing economies, how can policymakers, development finance, and private investors best collaborate to support these goals?

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Featured Speakers

<b>Dalia Abdel Kader</b>
Chief Sustainability Officer
Commercial International Bank (CIB)
<b>Faheen Allibhoy</b>
Managing Director and Head of JPM Development Finance Institution
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
<b>Rania Al-Mashat</b>
Minister of International Cooperation
<b>Marissa Drew</b>
Chief Sustainability Officer
Standard Chartered
<b>Joan Larrea</b>
Chief Executive Officer
<b>Hiroshi Matano</b>
Executive Vice President
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)
<b>Ravi Menon</b>
Managing Director
Monetary Authority of Singapore
<b>Mahmoud Mohieldin</b>
High Level Champion for COP27
UN Special Envoy on Financing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Develop
<b>Atsi Sheth</b>
Managing Director, Head, Credit Strategy & Research
Moody’s Investors Service
<b>Cezary Stypulkowski</b>
Chief Executive Officer
<b>Sim Tshabalala</b>
Chief Executive Officer
Standard Bank Group
<b>Sally Wan</b>
Chief Executive Officer
Axa Greater China
<b>Perry Warjiyo</b>
Bank Indonesia
<b>Bill Winters</b>
Group Chief Executive
Standard Chartered plc