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Notes from COP27 – Moving on to a Just Transition
24 november 2022 @ 10:00 - 11:30 CET
Swesif and PRI are pleased to invite you to an in-person investor forum this Thursday. COP27 is now finalized and we are excited to engage in a conversation with Sweden’s chief negotiator Mattias Frumerie about the conference and the agreements for the parties in general, and for Sweden in particular. We will also hear from PRI’s climate policy head Ed Baker about his reflections from COP27, the key implications for investors and his views on the implementation ahead. We have invited a select panel of experienced investment managers in emerging market sectors to engage in a conversation on the practicalities of what the needs are from our local policy sphere to identify investment opportunities which can help contribute to a Just Transition. We look forward to an engaging and rewarding discussion.
More about your speakers
Mattias Frumerie is Head of Delegation to UNFCCC at the Swedish Ministry of Environment, and leads Swedish climate diplomacy efforts. Previous positions include various roles at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, such as Head of EU Internal Market, EU policy, Strategic communications as well as postings in Budapest and Brussels. Mr Frumerie has also served as an EU adviser at the Prime Minister’s Office.
Karine Hirn, based in Hong Kong since 2013, is one of the founding partners of East Capital Group and Chief Sustainability Officer. Between 2010 and 2013, she was based in Shanghai as East Capital’s Chief Representative in China. Karine is the chairperson of East Capital entities in Luxembourg as well as board director of Alquity SICAV. She is a French trade counsellor, honorary member of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Advisor to the Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University in Boston.
Prior to East Capital, Karine was responsible for Eastbridge Bank in Moscow. In the early 1990s, she was a consultant for various financing projects in the Volga region in Russia, and responsible for a credit risk training programme at NBD Bank in Nizhny-Novgorod. Karine has a degree from EM Lyon in France and a post-graduate degree from Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris. Karine also studied at the Moscow Financial Academy and the Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration in Helsinki. She is fluent in French, English, Russian, Swedish and conversational in Chinese mandarin.
Edward is responsible for the climate programmes at the PRI. Including PRI’s role in the policy tracks of the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero, the UN-convened net zero Asset Owner Alliance, the Investor Agenda and Inevitable Policy Response programme. In addition, Edward supports PRI’s chair on the Financial Stability Board’s Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and has worked extensively with financial regulators across many of PRI’s leading markets.
Prior to joining PRI, he was the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s lead for green finance in China. Edward designed bespoke UK – China collaborations on green bond market development, low carbon indices, climate risk, carbon disclosure, green infrastructure investing as well as acting as a key interface between the Bank of England and the Peoples Bank of China in the run up to high-level bilateral dialogues and China’s 2016 presidency of the G20. He speaks Chinese and Japanese and studied environmental economics at SOAS, the University of London.
Mattias Martinsson is the co-Founder of Tundra Fonder who specializes in small emerging markets and frontier markets. Mattias has 26 years of experience from investing in emerging markets and is currently AAA-rated by CityWire.
Hanna Holmberg has worked for several years in the financial industry and with fixed income as well as in development finance at the Swedish International Development Agency. She started her career at SEB in 2003 at Large Corporates and Institutions covering banks. Two years later she moved to Credit Research within Capital Markets. Her earlier experience includes working as credit analyst for financial institutions and emerging market sovereigns at the state-owned company SEK. She spent four years at Swedbank as senior originator for large corporates in Loans and Syndications. Between 2015 and 2020, Holmberg focused on Renewable Energy Investments and SME financing in Africa in her role as senior Financial Advisor at Sida. Holmberg joined SEB Investment Management in May 2020 as Portfolio Manager for microfinance. She holds a MSc of Science in Business Administration and Economics from Stockholm University, School of Business.
About your moderator
Aline Reichenberg Gustafsson
Aline has 20 years of experience in the asset management industry in Stockholm, London and Geneva, including as a long/short equity hedge fund portfolio manager, and buy-side analyst, but also as CFO and COO in several asset management firms. Aline holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a License in Economic Sciences from the University of Geneva.