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HSBC Asset Management at COP26
26 October 2021

    We are delighted to announce that Nicolas Moreau, our CEO will take part in the 26th UN Climate Change Conference. He will share his views in a panel discussion on nature based investments on the 6th of November.

    McKinsey Sustainability - How to deliver investment in Nature
    Date: November 6, 2021
    Time: 2:00 – 3.00 pm GMT

    Register here for online attendance

     

    SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

    Nicolas Moreau - HSBC Asset Management
    Giulio Boccaletti - Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at Oxford University
    Huw van Steenis - UBS
    Josh Katz - McKinsey and Company
    Robin Smale - McKinsey and Company
    Tony Goldner - Executive Director of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD)
    Nessa O’Sullivan - Brambles
    Divya Seshamani - Greensphere

    Nicolas Moreau will also introduce The New York Times Climate Hub – The Think Tank panel discussion on Building Nature-Based Solutions. The session will be held earlier on the same day from 9:30 – 10:15 am GMT.

     

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    Why is it important for HSBC Asset Management to be part of the COP26 conference?
    As a global asset manager, we have an important role to play in mobilising capital to combat climate change.

    COP26 is an historic opportunity that brings together the public and private sectors to accelerate the global transition to net zero. Climate change needs borderless solutions and action. Our global scale and footprint in emerging markets makes us particularly well positioned to allocate funds where the most impact can be made.
    One of the main objectives of COP26 is to protect and restore nature for the benefit of people and climate – this is a principal area that we aim to focus on with the creation of Climate Asset Management. Our priorities include helping clients to achieve their sustainability and investment goals; developing natural capital as a new asset class; and encouraging positive behavior through engagement and collaborating with the industry.

    About COP26
    The United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties – also known as “COP” – is an annual summit now in its 26th year, bringing together world leaders to accelerate action on climate change. The UK, as the current holder of the rotating COP Presidency, is hosting the talks in Glasgow between 31 October and 12 November 2021. World leaders representing virtually every country on earth will be in attendance at COP26, together with heads of business and finance, NGOs and other multinational organisations.

    Find out more about COP26