Welcome Speech
Mr. Neeraj Swaroop, Chief Executive Officer-India, Standard Chartered Bank video

Keynote Address
Dr. Subir Gokarn, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India video

Panel 1: Finance and Climate Change video
Overview of the international and domestic climate negotiations. What are the opportunities and barriers in financing a low carbon economy?
International and domestic policy framework and its implications on financial institutions.
Overview of domestic investment scenario, national action plans, and opportunities for financial institutions.
Role of financial Institutions - opportunities and challenges

Ms. Emily Farnworth, International Finance Director, The Climate Group

Panelist :
Mr. Nakul Zaveri, India Representative, Climate Change Capital
Mr. Pradeep Khosla, Chief General Manager, CPPD, State Bank of India.
Mr. Yashpal Gupta, Chief General Manager, IDBI Bank

Panel 2: Renewable Energy: video
Role of renewable energy sector in promoting low carbon growth and key stakeholders, such as policy makers, governmental agencies, financial institutions and technology providers
Role of the government sector in providing an enabling environment for optimizing RE development, research and innovation, scaling up private sector investments.
Financial sector perspective on opportunities and barriers in scaling up RE investments
Insights from a solutions provider, an industry perspective

Shirish Sinha, Head Climate Change and Energy, WWF India

Panelist :
arrow Shri Debashish Majumdar, Chairman and Managing Director, IREDA [ Download Presentationppt ]
arrow Shri. R K Bhalla, Financial Advisor, IREDA [ Download Presentationppt ]
arrow Mr. Vivek Mehra, MD, Sustainable Investment Bank, Yes Bank.
arrow Mr. Rajat Misra, Project Advisory & Strategic Finance, SBI Capital Markets
arrow Dr. Urjit Patel, President – Business Development, Reliance Industries

Findings from the Best Practice Sharing Report
arrow Swarup Kumar Mahanti, Sr. Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers video

Panel 3: Mainstreaming Energy Efficiency Financing video

What are the policy/regulatory measures/financial incentives needed to simulate the energy efficiency market?
Products & services that financial institutions can offer to incentivise energy efficiency projects; risk guarantee funds, etc.
Insights from a solutions provider, an industry perspective.

arrow Ms. Emily Farnworth, International Finance Director, The Climate Group

arrow Mr. Unmesh Brahme, SVP, Group Corporate Sustainability, HSBC Bank
arrow Mr. Sachin Khandelwal, Head – Retail Assets, ICICI Bank [ Download Presentationppt ]
arrow Dr. Koshy Cherail, Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy [ Download Presentationppt ]
arrow Mr. E S Balasubramanian, Consultant, WRI [ Download Presentationppt ]

Panel 4: Sustainable lending guidelines for Financial Institutions video
Evolving sustainable lending guidelines; how do Equator Principles’ like guidelines help banks address environmental, social and financial risks?
Equator Principles and their relevance to Indian financial institutions? Case examples and principles of how these guidelines are being implemented
Private sector experience in implementing such guidelines

arrow Ms. Bhavna Prasad, Head, Business & Industry, WWF-India

arrow Mr. Richard English, Principal Specialist, Environment, & Social Development, International Finance Corporation
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arrow Mr. Mark Eadie, Head of Environmental Risk, JP Morgan [ Download Presentationppt ]
arrow Mr. Ashok Emani, Sr. Vice President, IDFC [ Download Presentationppt ]
arrow Ms. Rita Soni, Rita Soni, Country Head, Responsible Banking, Yes Bank Ltd. [ Download Presentationppt ]
arrow Mr. Rajesh Jogi, Director, Citibank India [ Download Presentationppt ]

Wrap up & Close

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