Sustainable Finance Taxonomy and Risk Management
Analyse and shape organisation’s strategy, policies, practices and relevant business activities in response to key domestic, regional and global taxonomies that classify green and
transition economic activities.
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4 Hours (excluding breaks)
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• Day 1: 9am to 5pm (Includes 1hr break at 12nn)
Analyse and shape organisation’s strategy, policies, practices and relevant business activities in response to key domestic, regional and global taxonomies that classify green and transition economic activities.
This course is designed for
This course is suitable for a person who :
is working in finance industry or wants to work in sustainble finance domain.
want to know practical methods that can be applied to work.
other professionals who may need to understand the concept of taxonomy and its implications to industry
Overview of Taxonomy
- Terms and definitions of taxonomy
- Sustainable taxonomy: development, definition, and boundary
- Impact to industry
- Global, regional, national-level taxonomies
- EU, ASEAN, Singapore taxonomy
- Comparison and implications to the industry
Application - Sustainable Finance and Investing
- Application of taxonomy to products
- Framework development
- Case study
Sustainability Risk Management
- Types of risks
- Management of each types of risks
AN Yiseul, June, is sustainability consultant at RHT Green. She has broad range of professional experiences and knowledge in impact investing, sustainability framework, strategy, policy and data analysis.
June started her career at Korea Integrated Impact Analytics in 2013 and has participated in over 30 projects analyzing diverse sizes of enterprises for impact & ESG investment. She also worked at K-water Institute, a Korean state-owned enterprise, where she was involved in long-term water and environmental policy research projects covering finance, industry, and ESG management. She is a certified survey analyst having knowledge and skills for statistic modelling and analysis.
AN Yiseul, June, holds a Master’s degree in international development covering multilateral development project management and development economics from Kyunghee University. She double majored in logistics management and communication at Inha University.
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