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AFME European Sustainable Finance Conference
22-23 May 2024
Leonardo Royal Hotel AmsterdamThe Netherlands
22-23 May 2024
Leonardo Royal Hotel Amsterdam,
The Netherlands

AFME's 3rd Annual European Sustainable Finance Conference

Enabling capital markets to finance the transition

Join approximately 300 of Europe's major banks and capital markets firms shaping their sustainability products and practices

Enabling capital markets to finance the transition

How regulations are shaping investment strategies

As the industry convenes in Amsterdam for another year, you'll meet with the major banks, funds, capital markets experts, investors, analysts, standard setters and policymakers shaping sustainable finance markets and policy.

Top of the agenda are changes to SFDR, how CSRD will shape the data landscape and integration of transition plans into finance and investment decision-making.

Add your voice to the regulatory debates and understand how your peers are using the frameworks to deliver impact and returns.

Hear from the very people creating the regulation

Explore how your industry peers are developing their investment strategies under the current regulatory framework.

You'll gain and influence the latest thinking into how regulation will affect sustainable investing products and investor access.

Explore how funds are gaining data to ensure taxonomy alignment, classifying products under SFDR and utilising comparable disclosures.

Affecting the discussion around future policy reform

In the past two years in Amsterdam we have received MEPs, the heads of ESMA and TNFD and Board Members from the ISSB and DNB delivering our keynotes.

We've also had the heads of the units from the European Commission, FCA, AMF, HM Treasury, German Federal Ministry of Finance, EFRAG, AFM, IMF, World Bank, IOSCO, EBA, BAFIN, Bank of England speaking.

Join approximately 300 attendees from the Netherlands, Belgium, UK, France, Germany and many more to continue to move capital towards sustainable companies and organisations.

Covering all 'must-know' and emerging topics:

SFDR reforms

Ratings regulation

EU taxonomy

ISSB standards

Transition finance

Sustainable investing


Climate litigation

Transition planning

Prudential risk

Voluntary carbon markets

UK regulatory reforms

US & Asian regulation

Nature-based investing

Transition investing

ESG data methodologies

Previous attendees said:

"A great event that gave insightful updates from key decision makers and regulators on the direction and intentions of upcoming trends and directives... Went deeper into covering technical aspects of topics by brilliant specialists in their niche fields"

Aria Goudarzi, Global Lead for ESG Data, Nikko Asset Management

"A good mix of regulatory participants and market players. Key challenges for the market as a whole were addressed... Topics and content were relevant and speakers/panel members knowledgeable. A good interaction throughout the two days"

Jacomijn Vels, Global Head Sustainable Finance, ING Bank

Partnership & exhibitor opportunities:

Demonstrate your expertise, showcase your ESG products and solutions, align yourself with the key banks and investors, build on relationships and increase your visibility within the sustainable finance sector at the 3rd Annual European Sustainable Finance Conference.

As a conference partner you can publicly position yourself within the sector to maintain high visibility, start conversations and generate leads.

To learn more about all the opportunities available, please email or call +44 (0) 20 8052 0462.

Sustainable finance in Europe

AFME is a strong supporter of the EU’s aim to be a leader in driving the development of a more sustainable financial system, including via the implementation of its Sustainable Finance Action Plan and the European Green Deal.

AFME has established the Sustainable Finance Steering Committee that meets regularly to discuss, debate and develop strategies for increasing the role of environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations in wholesale finance.

Help build a more sustainable financial system at the AFME Sustainable Finance Conference.

Partnering with some of the biggest names in sustainable finance: