Climate Finance Academy

This executive education programme will challenge finance leaders to think critically about managing climate finance and risk. Drawing on the expertise of faculty at Imperial College Business School’s Centre for Climate Finance & Investment and Singapore Management University’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business, the programme will focus on climate finance topics including, risk, carbon markets, nature, and unlocking capital to enable the energy transition.

The academy aims to attract key representatives from decision-making functions across capital markets origination, risk management and asset management based in Singapore and Asia Pacific. It will be delivered across a few days and feature highly impactful, personalised, and immersive workshops for bankers, asset managers, and the regulator (MAS). The learning methodology is based on lectures and real case studies developed in collaboration with SGFC partners.

Participants must possess extensive experience in specific domains of capital markets, risk management, and asset management. Possible titles include:

  • Chief Investment Officer
  • Chief Risk Officer/Deputy Risk Officer
  • Chief Sustainability Officer
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Head of Origination/Structuring
  • Head of Portfolio/Investment/Asset Management
  • Head of Private Wealth Management