IIGF joins the ICMA's Green and Social Bond Principles Advisory Committee
On the 12 of October the International Market Capital Association (ICMA) Green Bond Principles and Social Bond Principles Executive Committee announced its list of members of the Advisory Committee for 2019/2020, and the International Institute of Green Finance of the Central University of Finance and Economics was selected as a member of the Advisory Committee.
The main task of the advisory committee is to provide advice to the Executive Committee of the Green Bond Principles (GBP) and Social Bond Principles (SBP), to assist the committee in improving the market structure of green bonds and social bonds, and raising market awareness. The members of this advisory committee apply voluntarily, and are elected once a year for a term of one year and can be re-elected. In addition to the IIGF, the members of the 2019/2020 Advisory Committee also include government agencies, large international financial institutions, consulting companies, non-governmental social organizations, green, social and sustainable bond issuers, think tanks, law firms, etc. unit.
IIGF will actively participate in the relevant work of the Advisory Committee, fulfill its responsibilities, based on the development of China's green finance, feedback market needs, and make suggestions to the Executive Committee. At the same time, it also introduced the achievements made by China Finance University Green Finance Academy and China in green finance research and development to other members of the committee and observer organizations, and established a green finance communication platform at home and abroad.
ICMA is a non-profit member association headquartered in Switzerland. It is a self-regulatory organization that formulates industry standards in the international financial market. It is also a trade association in the international securities market. Its purpose is to ensure the stability of the international capital market. And order. As of September 2019, ICMA has more than 570 members in 62 countries, covering many well-known banks, securities companies, investment banks and other financial institutions in the world.