Affirmative Investment Management
Stuart Kinnersley is managing partner of Affirmative Investment Management, which is aligned to mobilising capital markets in a more positive direction. He played a significant role in creating the world’s first Green bond fund, launched in 2010 in collaboration with the World Bank. He co-founded AIM in 2014 after working in fixed income at Morgan Stanley and ANZ before joining Foreign & Colonial as a fixed income portfolio manager, where he spent 10 years. After F&C, he ran Nikko AM’s London fixed income operation and became CIO.
Climate Bonds Initiative
Monica Filkova, CFA, is head of market intelligence at Climate Bonds Initiative, administering the CBI Green bond database, which provides Green bond information and data to the market, undertakes annual research into post-issuance reporting, and produces various publications. Filkova has 20 years’ experience in roles across bond markets and property finance, including investment banking at Deutsche Bank, structured finance and CMBS at Eurohypo/Commerzbank, and debt and CMBS restructuring at Brookland Partners.
European Investment Bank
Dominika Rosolowska works in the EIB’s sustainability funding team, which is responsible for issuance of Climate and Sustainability Awareness Bonds. She has been with the EIB since 2010 and was previously a funding officer for Americas and Asia-Pacific. Rosolowska has been a part of the EIB’s efforts to develop the Green bond market, participating in the due diligence and upgrading of Green bond administration, creating the bank’s first Green bond impact report, drafting the IFI Green Bond Impact Reporting Harmonization Framework and the bank’s discussions within the Green Bond Principles.
Loan Market Association
Clare Dawson is chief executive of the Loan Market Association, joining in 1999 after two years in EMEA loan syndications at Sumitomo Bank. Dawson spent two years at the British Museum Development Trust raising funds for the Great Court project and worked for eight years in the international department of Sumitomo Bank, including two years in Tokyo where she helped establish a syndications desk. Dawson is a member of the Bank of England’s Working Group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates and chairs the Sterling Loans sub-group.
London Stock Exchange Group
Darko Hajdukovic is head of multi-asset primary markets and investment funds at London Stock Exchange Group’s capital markets business, responsible for primary market offerings for international companies, debt and investment funds. He has experience in equity and fixed income transactions and is a member of the FCA’s Listing Advisory Panel. Hajdukovic joined London Stock Exchange Group in 2007 as a debt product manager looking after primary fixed income business.
Cristina Lacaci is executive director and head of sustainability bond structuring at Morgan Stanley and has worked at the firm for 14 years. Lacaci has held multiple roles in capital markets, starting in Iberia equity origination and covering financial institutions in DCM since 2009. She has worked in the structuring and execution of debt transactions for issuers across Europe, including the structuring of Green bonds for prominent issuers, with a focus on inaugural, strategic transactions.
Ines Faden da Silva
Ines Faden is treasurer at Tideway, the company building the super sewer in London and a founding member of the Corporate Forum on Sustainable Finance. Faden joined the company in 2015 and moved into her current role in January 2018. Before joining Tideway, she was a consultant working with a World Bank team advising the Brazilian government on an infrastructure project. Prior to that, Faden had a 17-year career at Citigroup, where she worked in securitised markets, infrastructure and energy finance fixed income, structured trade finance and corporate banking.
KM Capital Markets
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