Sustainable finance is a work stream aimed at supporting the European Green Deal by channelling private investment to the transition to a climate-neutral economy, as a complement to public money.
Sustainable finance generally refers to the process of taking due account of environmental and social considerations when making investment decisions, leading to increased investment in longer-term and sustainable activities.
More specifically, environmental considerations refer to climate change mitigation and adaptation, as well as the environment more broadly and the related risks (e.g. natural disasters). Social considerations may refer to issues of inequality, inclusiveness, labour relations, investment in human capital and communities.
The governance of public and private institutions, including management structures, employee relations and executive remuneration, plays a fundamental role in ensuring the inclusion of social and environmental considerations in the decision-making process.
All three components – environmental, social and governance (ESG) – are integral parts of sustainable economic
The STEM Designated Master of Finance program at UC San Diego’s Rady School of Management prepares graduates to tackle significant challenges facing the financial sector.
Rady School Master of Finance graduates have secured positions with organizations such as Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Altegris, CITIC Securities, Drobny Capital, Rayliant Global Advisors, Gurtin Municipal Bond Management, PhoenixMart, Meritco Services, Dimensional Fund Advisors, UBS, and Stanford University.
Listen to Dr. Michael Melvin, program Director, give an overview of the program via the Master of Finance Webinar.
The Rady School is in a unique position to offer a Master of Finance that emphasizes quantitative methods, empirical work and financial econometrics. UC San Diego has a rich tradition in empirical and theoretical econometrics. Some of the most widely-used empirical models developed from the research of UC San Diego faculty. The emphasis on rigorous empirical data-driven methods differentiates the Rady School’s
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Blue finance is a social enterprise with expertise and a track record in management and sustainable financing of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
Blue finance’s objective is to improve the management of at least twenty MPAs by 2030.
Our approach relies on a proven concept of co-management lease for MPAs with tangible revenue models, leveraged by blended finance and empowering local communities.
Blue finance works with Governments, local stakeholders, donors and investors to design, finance and implement joint partnerships and blended finance solutions for the collaborative management of MPAs.
• One of the largest MPAs in the Caribbean (the SE Coral Reef Marine Sanctuary in the Dominican Republic) is under a long term management lease with local partners and Blue finance as lessees (more details).
• The Dominican Republic MPA protects 800,000 ha of coral reef
The City has launched its Financial Transparency Platform – an interactive reporting tool that allows the public to explore City financial data online in various, easy-to-use graphical formats.
2017 CLIC Report (2018-2022)
2016 CLIC Report (2017-2021)
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Bond holders and others will find useful information on the financial position of the City of Minneapolis. If you are seeking investment information, please visit Digital Assurance Certification LLC (DAC), register, log in and navigate to information regarding the City of Minneapolis.
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The Office of Finance, under the direction of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Finance (VA’s Deputy Chief Financial Officer), has more than 400 staff located in the Office of Financial Policy, and two field sites: the Financial Services Center (FSC), along with the Office of Internal Controls (OIC), in Austin, Texas, and the Debt Management Center (DMC) in St. Paul, Minnesota. Learn more »
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