7th Annual GRASFI Conference 2024

The Global Research Alliance for Sustainable Finance and Investment (GRASFI) was founded in 2017 by a network of global research universities to promote rigorous and highly impactful academic research on sustainable finance and investment.

Green Transition and Financial Stability: The Role of Green Monetary and Macroprudential Policies and Vouchers

This paper analyses a mix of alternative policies in supporting the green transition and the phase-out of fossil fuels, without compromising financial stability. An environmental dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (E-DSGE) model with two sectors (green and brown) and endogenous default is developed to assess potential climate-induced financial stability threats that can be mainly generated through […]

Vietnam Renewables: Investment Priorities

This report was launched at the Vietnam Pavilion at COP28 Dubai, on Wednesday, 6 December. It summarises Vietnam’s power market structure and outlines the main opportunities and challenges for renewable power deployment in Vietnam in the context of its economic growth potential. It also introduces priorities and potential solutions for local and foreign players to […]

Interim Report: Green FinTech and Data Centres in Singapore

This report presents interim findings from a research study on the future of green fintech and data centres in Singapore. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, we examine the economic, environmental, and regulatory dimensions of sustainable DC futures in Singapore, with the view of identifying transferable lessons to the rest of Southeast Asia and other tropical geographies.

ASEAN Renewables: Opportunities and Challenges

ASEAN countries such as Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore have all committed to either net-zero emissions or carbon neutrality by 2050. Governments have simultaneously increased the role of renewable power in national energy development plans. These dynamics all make ASEAN markets potentially attractive to clean energy investors. Nevertheless, the region’s economic development model remains […]

Climate Finance Academy

This executive education programme will challenge finance leaders to think critically about managing climate finance and risk. It draws on the expertise of faculty from Imperial College Business School and SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business, as well as industry experts.