BAM-AFI Global Green Finance Conference

AFI members and stakeholders from the global financial sector will gather in Rabat, Morocco, to learn about green finance policies, emerging strategies and new developments in the financial sector, the contribution of these policies to global climate action, and experiences from the AFI network in inclusive green finance policies that mitigate or build resilience to the impacts of climate change.

Co-hosted by Bank Al-Maghrib (BAM), the conference is an opportunity for key stakeholders in the financial sector to learn and engage in regional and global topics on climate change considerations in the financial sector and inclusive green finance.

AFI members consider global warming a threat to inclusive development in their countries and recognize the disproportionate impact it has on those living at the bottom of the economic pyramid.

Inclusive green finance (IGF) is a new and evolving policy area pioneered by AFI member institutions implementing policies, regulations and national strategies to mitigate or build resilience to the climate change amongst individuals and MSMEs. IGF complements the green finance policies and strategies emerging from the global financial sector and brings a new component to the global green finance discussion.

Who should attend?

Financial sector regulators and policymakers at mid- to senior level in either banking supervision, financial inclusion, or sustainable finance divisions of central banks or financial regulatory authorities. The conference is also open to insurance regulators from AFI member institutions.

How to register?

Invitation for nominations has been emailed to AFI focal points of all AFI member institutions. Get in touch with us at Capacity.Building@afi-global.org if you have any questions.