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In The Banker Masterclass series, we discuss the main challenges to mobilising the investment needed for a just transition and how corporates can improve resilience in their supply chains.

Reaching the global target of net-zero carbon emissions by 2060 will take a huge amount of financing - an estimated $95tn for emerging markets alone - as well as greater visibility into supplier emissions.

In discussion:

  • Enabling a just transition: How public-private partnerships can help mobilise the investment needed in transitioning emerging markets to net-zero emissions.
  • Partnering for breakthroughs: Which fintechs are making the biggest impact in transaction banking and how banks can best partner with these new platforms.
  • Role of sustainable supply chains: How Standard Chartered is helping multinational clothing company H&M to decarbonise its supply chain.
  • Digitising trade to fuel the real economy: How digital platforms are transforming global trade flows and fuelling economic growth, as well as supporting sustainability objectives. 

In conversation with:

  • Joy Macknight, editor, The Banker
  • Torry Berntsen, CEO, Europe and Americas, Standard Chartered
  • Karin Flinspach, regional head, transaction banking, Europe and Americas, Standard Chartered


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