From Rapid Relief to a Sustainable Recovery: Reflecting on a Year of Responses to COVID-19 by Central Banks and Financial Supervisors

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1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Virtual Event

About this event

Mangal Goswami (SEACEN), Claire Healey (E3G), Kate Levick (E3G), Ronadol Numnonda (Bank of Thailand), Nick Robins (LSE), Ulrich Volz (SOAS), Dimitri Zenghelis (University of Cambridge)

How have central banks and regulators responded to the global economic crisis of the last 18 months, and to what extent have they contributed to a sustainable recovery?

This virtual London Climate Action Week event will be the final event in the series held by a research partnership comprising E3G, the Centre for Sustainable Finance at SOAS University of London, The South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre, and the Bennett Institute for Public Policy. It forms part of the Sustainable Crisis Responses project funded by the International Network for Sustainable Financial Policy Insights, Research & Exchange (INSPIRE) which has opened up a space to examine the options available to central banks and financial supervisors to respond to the current economic crisis in a way that is consistent with national and international commitments to environmental and sustainability goals.


Kate Levick , Associate Director, Sustainable Finance, E3G

Moderator’s Introduction

Ulrich Volz , Director of the Centre for Sustainable Finance, SOAS University of London

Keynote Speech

Ronadol Numnonda , Deputy Governor for Financial Institutions Stability, Bank of Thailand

Panel Discussion

Mangal Goswami , Executive Director, SEACEN
Claire Healey , Director of the Washington DC Office, E3G
Nick Robins , Professor in Practice for Sustainable Finance, LSE
Dimitri Zenghelis , Project Leader, Wealth Economy Project, Bennett Institute, University of Cambridge

This event is open to the public but registration is required .

Organiser: Centre for Sustainable Finance

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