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Developing an Australian Sustainable Finance Roadmap

Developing a Sustainable Finance Roadmap

The Australian Sustainable Finance Initiative (ASFI) is an unprecedented collaboration formed to help shape an Australian economy that prioritises human well-being, social equity and environmental protection, while underpinning financial system resilience and stability.

A voluntary, cross-sectoral collaboration between key academic, investment and finance sector representatives, ASFI is working to establish a roadmap for aligning the finance sector to support greater social, environmental and economic outcomes for Australia.

ASFI aims to deliver an Australian Sustainable Finance Roadmap in 2020.

Join ASFI and a distinguished panel as they discuss the importance of a resilient and sustainable economy.

Presenters:

Jacki Johnson and Simon O’Connor, Co-Chairs Australian Sustainable Finance Initiative

Panellists:

  • Adjunct Professor Robert McMullan, Climate Change Institute
  • Dr John Hewson AM, Professor and Chair, Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU (member of ASFI Steering Committee)
  • Professor Bruce Chapman, ANU College of Business and Economics

Panel moderator:

  • Professor Israr Qureshi, Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and ICT for Development (member of ASFI Technical Working Group), ANU College of Business and Economics

Updated:   25 October 2019 / Responsible Officer:  CBE Communications and Outreach / Page Contact:  College Web Team