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CEBDS & Climate Bonds convene Sustainable Market Development Council

Date: 09/30/2016

Area: Finances

September 2nd sees the inaugural meeting of Brazil’s Council for Sustainable Market Development. Jointly convened by the Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS) and the Climate Bonds Initiative, the council will look to develop and promote policy and market mechanisms to catalyse a robust pipeline of opportunities for green investments in Brazil.

The Council will bring together high level representatives from Brazil’s pension funds, public and private banks, insurance companies, local market institutions and key industrial sectors. The initial meeting will take place in São Paulo today, with the first order of business to set broad objectives and a timetable for future meetings.



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