Green Finance and the Role of Bank Treasurers

Green Finance and the Role of Bank Treasurers
An exclusive webinar by PRMIA and HCL. This webinar is aimed at banks’ Treasury and Risk professionals, who would like to engage in discussing and understanding their role in delivering to banks’ Green Finance responsibilities. Also discussed will be the challenges, primarily related to data and analytics, in achieving Green Finance objectives, and the technology solutions that treasurers can adopt to navigate the course.
 
  Date:
February 3, 2022

  Time:
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. EST
2:00 - 3:00 p.m. GMT

  

  Presented By:
Tanmoy Bhattacharjee, Associate Vice President, Financial Services, HCL Technologies
Pradeep Vancheeswaran, Associate Vice President, Financial Services, HCL Technologies
Gerhard Mulder, Co-Founder, Climate Risk Services

 

  Location:
Virtual Event

 

About This Webinar
 

The rise of the Green Finance market follows from a combination of a global environmental awareness (as reflected in some of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals), regulatory emphasis in many parts of the world, and an emerging investment preference. 

Banks have a significant responsibility in channelizing resources into companies and initiatives that comprise or qualify for “Green” credentials. In this webinar, senior Treasury technology professionals from PRMIA and HCL will discuss and debate the role that bank treasurers have to play, the challenges they need to overcome, and the best practices that they can adopt in ensuring a balanced and optimum focus on Green Finance. The expert panel will touch upon interesting themes such as:

  • The regulatory and market context of Green Finance
  • Green Finance, as it applies to banking
  • What role can Treasurers play in supporting a bank’s green credentials
  • Challenges and best practices in Green Finance
 

About Our Experts  

      
  Tanmoy Bhattacharjee, Associate Vice President, HCL Financial Services – Global Solutions, HCL Technologies 
Tanmoy is an Associate Vice President in HCL Financial Services – Global Solutions. He is responsible for enabling HCL’s existing customer relationships and supporting new business acquisition by creating winning propositions aimed at customers' business and technology needs. He also ideates and creates futuristic technology offerings in response to market trends and directions, and builds go-to-market strategies for such offerings. These often take the form of proofs of concept (POC) or minimum viable products (MVP) that are co-created with customers. Tanmoy’s responsibilities include the identification of differentiated products and solutions from potential partners, curating those partnerships, and weaving partner solutions into HCL’s solution propositions and offerings.
 
       
  Pradeep Vancheeswaran, Associate Vice President, Financial Services, HCL Technologies
Pradeep Vancheeswaran is an Associate VP, Financial Services, at HCL Technologies Limited. He has been with HCL for the past 8 years. Currently based in London, he heads business development for HCL Financial Services in areas of cloud and digital services leveraging Fintech Platforms. Pradeep comes with 25 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry. Prior to HCL, he has worked with TCS where he implemented Fintech products from the TCS BaNCS stable at various institutions including Banks, Sell Side Institutions, Asset Managers, Stock Exchanges and CCPs. Pradeep brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Financial Services domain and specifically in Treasury and Capital Markets area.
 
       
  Gerhard Mulder, Co-Founder, Climate Risk Services
Gerhard’s career in climate finance spanned both the public and private sector, having worked in consulting in Washington DC, environmental markets on Wall Street, and for the Dutch government (Netherlands Enterprise Agency), Dutch banks (ABN AMRO and Rabobank) and a leading non-profit (IUCN) in the Netherlands. He co-founded Climate Risk Services together with Stephanie Gnissios to advise public and private sector organisations on climate risk after he completed his MBA at Oxford in 2018. He studied environmental economics and international affairs at Columbia University in New York, and Public Policy at the University of Amsterdam. Gerhard is married with three kids and in his free time likes to run. 
 


 

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When
2/3/2022 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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