The Northern European Partnership for Sustainable Finance Discussing Fintech Solutions

On March 6, the Smith School of Oxford University, the City of London and the UK Green Finance Initiative convened leading pioneers in sustainable finance from Northern Europe to share innovations to help scale the market.

Cecilia Repinski from Stockholm Green Digital Finance particiated in a panel with Amine Bel Hadj Soulamin (BNP Paribas), Andreas Finer (Arabesque), Romina Savova (PensionBee) to discuss the possibilities of machine learning, big data and blockchain for leveraging sustainable investments, including the Green Asset Wallet innovation project financed by the Emerging Markets Dialogue on Finance (EMDF) of GIZ. 

The panel was moderated by Richard Mattison of Trucost.

Luca de Lorenzo (SEI) who heads the Stockholm Sustainable Finance Center, a collaborating partner to Stockholm Green Digital Finance, was invited to introduce the new government funded center and to announce Sweden's hosting of the next conference in 2019. 

 THE "GREEN FINTECH" PANEL AT THE NORTHERN EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIP FOR SUSTAINABLE FINANCE, LONDON, MARCH 2018.

THE "GREEN FINTECH" PANEL AT THE NORTHERN EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIP FOR SUSTAINABLE FINANCE, LONDON, MARCH 2018.