WHAT IS Guernsey Green Finance?
Guernsey Green Finance is the initiative through which Guernsey Finance delivers on Guernsey's strategic commitment to sustainable finance.
The Sustainable Development Goals, a collection of 17 global goals set by the United Nations, are mankind’s most ambitious effort to date to secure its future on earth.
The International Panel on Climate Change estimates that around USD 2.4 trillion or roughly 2.5% of global GDP annually needs to be invested in the energy system between 2016 and 2035 to meet the 1.5 degree goal. It is therefore important for financial centres such as Guernsey to adapt to the increasing demand for green investments.
As a responsible global citizen, it is Guernsey’s intention to contribute its expertise and experience as a global finance centre to the fulfilment of these goals through the work of Guernsey Green Finance – our dedicated initiative to green and sustainable finance.
Guernsey launches the Guernsey Green Fund, a world-first regulated green fund product
Guernsey participates in launch of United Nations' FC4S European green finance network
TISE, the Guernsey headquartered stock exchange launches green market segment, TISE GREEN
First London-listed investment company gains Guernsey Green Fund accreditation
Guernsey Green Finance and UK Green Finance Initiative foster collaborative approach
Guernsey regulator, the GFSC, joins The Network for Greening the Financial System
Guernsey hosts Sustainable Finance Week
Guernsey’s insurance sector adopts global sustainable framework
Launched the Guernsey Green Finance podcast series
Participated in New York Climate Week
Hosted a joint webinar with Hong Kong Green Finance Association
Earth Capital receives Guernsey Green Fund designation
World-first catastrophe bond issued via Guernsey ILS structure
TISE Green lists green bonds from world’s largest aluminium recycler
Guernsey International Insurance Association launches world's first ESG framework for insurers
Guernsey hosts second Sustainable Finance Week
TISE launches TISE Sustainable segment and joins UN Sustainable Stock Exchanges
GFSC updates Code of Corporate Governance to include climate change