The annual Green Bank Congress brings together green finance practitioners, commercial bankers, development banks, private sector infrastructure companies, international climate organizations, government officials and others from around the world to discuss ways to increase deployment of low carbon, climate-resilient infrastructure through greater private investment.
Past events have been in New York City, United States; Tokyo, Japan; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Edinburgh, Scotland. The 2017 Green Bank Congress was held as an official side event at ClimateWeek in New York on September 18, 2017. It featured senior executives of Green Banks, the IDB and the OECD, a keynote by Howard Bamsey, Executive Director of the Green Climate Fund as well as a global set of high-level green financiers and policy makers from China, the United States, India, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, UK, Australia, Canada, Japan, and other countries. The agenda as well as presentations and photos from the 2017 Green Bank Congress can be accessed here.
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