Tid och plats
Torsdag 26 november 2020, 16:00–17:00
The overarching theme of the Online Tylösand Summit 2020 is Climate Change. This session focuses on the financial sector as a tool for decarbonization, and on climate change as a financial and macroeconomic risk.
This digital conference replaces the original Tylösand Summit in August that was canceled due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. In a series of sessions, we discuss issues such as the costs of climate change, the role that international trade and financial markets can play, global leadership and cooperation, as well as the way forward after the pandemic.
The entire programme of the summit can be found here. Please note that the summit is open to executive level representatives of SNS member organisations and special guests by invitation only.
Executive Director for UK Deposit Takers Supervision at the Bank of England, responsible for the supervision of the UK’s banks, building societies and credit unions. Breeden has oversight of the Bank of England’s work enhancing the financial system’s resilience to climate change. Furthermore, Breeden chairs the Workstream on Macro-financial issues within NGFS, the Central Banks and Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System.
CEO of Alecta and Chairman of Stockholm Sustainable Finance Center’s Advisory Board. Billing is a former Member of the European Commission High Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance. He has previously served as the CEO of Nasdaq Stockholm and Nasdaq Nordics.
Deputy Governor at the Swedish Riksbank. Breman was previously the Group Chief Economist and Global Head of Macro Research at Swedbank and has also worked at the Swedish Ministry of Finance. She holds a PhD in Economics from Stockholm School of Economics and has worked as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at the University of Arizona.
Moderator: Mia Horn af Rantzien, CEO, SNS.
Please note that the summit is open to executive level representatives of SNS member organisations and special guests by invitation only. The meeting will be conducted as a webinar in Zoom. An e-mail with a link to the webinar will be sent to registered participants 1-2 hours before the session starts.
Please contact Felicia Thun (firstname.lastname@example.org) for questions about registration and the invitation.