FinCity.Tokyo willbe holding global symposyum titled ‘FinCity Global Forum – Transition Finance / Challenges and opportunities for Tokyo – on February 2nd, 2023
7 DECEMBER 2022News
FinCity.Tokyo willbe holding global symposyum titled ‘FinCity Global Forum – Transition Finance / Challenges and opportunities for Tokyo – on February 2nd, 2023.
Expanded transition finance is critical to shifting to a decarbonized economy, and its importance has been increasing with the global reassessment of strategies to deal with climate change in the context of the situation in Ukraine and the worsening of supply constraints.
Tokyo is expected to play a role as an international financial center in Asia, where manufacturing industries are concentrated, and to also serve as a bridge to Europe and US while sharing an understanding with Asia in terms of transition finance.
The forum will focus on the prospects for the future and the issues that both the public and private sectors need to address.
Leaders in policy and practice from Japan and abroad will be invited to participate in the discussion, adding their perspectives derived from issues such as the development of supply chain finance and the application of digital financial technology.
「FinCity Global Forum – Transition Finance / Challenges and opportunities for Tokyo」
Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA), CFA Society Japan, Financial Services Agency, Japan Alternative Data Accelerator Association, Japan Exchange Group, Japan International Asset Management Center (JIAM), Japan Investment Advisers Association, Japan
Securities Dealers Association, Japanese Bankers Association, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Ministry of the Environment, The Securities Analysts Association of Japan, The Investment Trusts Association, Tokyo Stock Exchange
４．Date & Velue
Thursday, February 2, 2023, 1PM- 6PM [JST]
KABUTO ONE Hall & Conference (7-1 Nihonbashi Kabuto-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)
HIROSHI ONO Vice-Minister for Global Environmental Affairs, Ministry of the Environment
NORA MATEI First Secretary, Delegation of the European Union to Japan
SEIJI KIHARA Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary
SATOSHI FUJIMARU State Minister of Cabinet Office (Financial Services)
MINETO INOUE Director for Climate Finance Policy, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
TOKIKO SHIMIZU Assistant Governor, Bank of Japan ,
HIDEKI TAKADA Director, Strategy Development Division, FSA and Budget Bureau, MOF and more
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