International Conference on Statistics for Sustainable Finance

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International Conference on Statistics for Sustainable Finance 

Banque de France, Deutsche Bundesbank, Irving Fisher Committee 

Paris, France, postponed 14 & 15 September 2021

 

REGISTRATION

 

DAY 1 : 14th SEPTEMBER

 

08:30
09:00
Registration and Welcome coffee
9:00
9:45
Welcome remarks
François Villeroy de Galhau, Governor of Banque de France
Dr Sabine Mauderer, Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank
10:00
12:00
Session 1: Addressing data needs
Chair: François Mouriaux, Director Monetary and Finance Statistics, Banque de France
 · Christian Schmieder, Bank of International Settlement (BIS) & Elena Triebskorn, Bundesbank - Data
needs, an overview on the Irving Fisher Committee stock taking
· Léa Grisey, Banque de France – The NGFS Progress Report on « Bridging the data gaps » and beyond
· Elena Triebskorn, Bundesbank - Bundesbank Sustainable Finance Data Hub / Dashboard
· Sabbah Gueddoudj, Banque Centrale du Luxembourg - Statistical Data needs on sustainable finance for
Central banks
· Mike Hugman, Children's Investment Fund Foundation (United Kingdom) – Private financial institution
perspectives on climate and nature data
12:00
14:00
Lunch break
14:00
14:30
Keynote Speech
Professor Christian Gollier, General Director, Toulouse School of Economics
14:45
17:00
Session 2: Tracking green finance
Chair: Fabienne Fortanier, Director Statistics Division, De Nederlandsche Bank
 · Torsten Ehlers, Frank Packer BIS & Kathrin de Greiff, Credit Suisse - The Pricing of Environmental Risk in
Syndicated Loans - Which risks are priced and why?
· Laura Capota, Margherita Giuzio, Sujit Kapadia & Dilyara Salakhova, ECB - Are ethical and green
investment funds more resilient?
· Irene Alvarado-Quesada, Banco Central de Costa Rica - BCCR’s experience in environmental accounting
and the advancements of its Climate Change Strategic Analysis Group
· Francisco Conceição, Rafael Figueira & Pedro Silva, Banco de Portugal - Tracking sustainable investment:
Who is financing who?
· Danilo Liberati & Giuseppe Marinelli, Banca d’Italia - Everything You Always Wanted to Know About
Green Bonds (But Were Afraid to Ask)
18:00
21:30
Private Social Event: at the Louvre Museum


DAY 2 : 15th SEPTEMBER
 

08:30
09:00
Welcome Coffee
9:00
11:00

Session 3: Data to support central bank policies
Chair: Robert Kirchner, Deputy General Director Statistics, Deutsche Bundesbank
 · Ulrich Volz, University of London - Assessing the effectiveness and impact of central bank and supervisory
policies in greening the financial system across Asia
· Camille Macaire & Alain Naef, Banque de France - Greening Monetary Policy: Evidence from the People's
Bank of China
· Ivan Faiella & Luciano Lavecchia, Banca d’Italia - The carbon content of Italian loans
· Jean-Marc Israël, Banque de France & Antonio Colangelo, ECB - Integrated granular reporting by banks:
how can it support sustainable finance?
· Sante Carbone, Margherita Giuzio, Sujit Kapadia & Katia Vozian, ECB - The low-carbon transition,
climate disclosures and firm credit risk
11:15
11:45
Keynote speech,
Luiz Awazu Pereira da Silva, Deputy General Manager, BIS
11:45
13:00
Lunch Break
13:00
15:00
Session 4: New indicators for sustainable finance
Chair: Silke Stapel-Weber, General Director Statistics, ECB
 · David Nefzi, Banque de France - Measuring the development of French labelled funds and their
contribution to sustainable financing of the economy
· Ulf von Kalckreuth, Bundesbank - Measuring the carbon footprint ˗ Towards an indicator for the carbon
impact of industries, enterprises and products
· Dario Ruzzi, Banca d’Italia, Gianfranco Gianfrate, Mirco Rubin, EDHEC (France) & Mathijs van Dijk,
Rotterdam School of Management - Corporate Sustainability and Credit Risk: Evidence from CDS reactions
to the COVID-19 crisis
· María Lidón Lara Ortiz, Universitat Jaume I (Spain) - Making real financial sustainability through formal and
informal indicators assessment
· Chiara Colesanti Senni, Pierre Monnin, Council on Economic Policies & Julia Anna Bingler, Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology in Zürich
- Climate Transition Risk Metrics: Assessing Convergence, Exploring
Diversity
15:00
15:15
Coffee break
15:15
17:15
Session 5: Leveraging innovation
Chair: Bruno Tissot, Head of Statistics and Research Support, BIS
 · Justin Dijk, Derek Dirks, Willemijn Ouwersloot & Juan Pablo Trespalacios Miranda, De Nederlandsche
Bank
- How proxies and publicly available models and data can be used to construct new indicators on
transition risks, physical risks and green taxonomies
· Giovanna Bua, Daniel Kapp, Federico Ramella & Lavinia Rognone, ECB - Transition versus physical
climate risk pricing in euro area financial markets: a text-based approach
· Jochen Papenbrock, NVIDIA (Germany) – Accelerated Data Science, AI and GeoAI Systems for sustainable
finance in Central Banking and Supervision (SupTech)
· Ángel Iván Moreno & Teresa Caminero, Banco de España - Application of text mining to the analysis of
climate-related disclosures
· Ҫiğdem Yilmaz Ӧzsoy, İstanbul Üniversitesi (Turkey) & Sébastien Galanti, Université d’Orléans (France) -
Digital finance, development, and climate change
17:15
17:30
Transition break
17:30
18:45
Closing panel
Chair : Rashad CASSIM, Deputy Governor South African Reserve Board and IFC (panel chair)
Panelists :
Paolo Angelini, Deputy Governor, Bank of Italy
Jean Boissinot, Head of Secretariat, NGFS
Louis Marc Ducharme, Statistics Department Director, IMF
Fabienne Fortanier, Director Statistics Division, De Nederlandsche Bank
Paul Schreyer, Director of statistics and data directorate, OECD
19:00Visit of La Galerie Dorée, Banque de France
(preregistration only – additional information will be provided soon)

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