Eugune Wong, CEO, Sustainable Finance Institute Asia will be presenting in Session 3 on Wednesday 8th May.

The ASEAN Taxonomy is an initiative under the auspices of the ASEAN Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors to promote sustainable activities and investments, in order to drive the region’s sustainability agenda. Version 3 of this document introduces Transport and Storage which including activities directly relevant for shipping/ports.

The Sustainable Finance Institute Asia (“SFIA”) is an independent institute established to catalyse ideas on Sustainable Finance at the policy level, as well as propel action in support of those policy ideas in Asia, particularly in ASEAN. It aims to provide thought leadership and act as a one stop centre for Sustainable Finance in ASEAN through collaborations with governments, regulators, central banks, multilateral development banks, industry, academia and non-governmental organisations.

Eugene Wong is the Chief Executive Officer of SFIA. He was previously the Managing Director, Corporate Finance & Investments of the Securities Commission Malaysia (“SC”). He oversaw the SC’s ASEAN related initiatives and was a Chair of the Deputies of the ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (“ACMF”), the Co-Chair of its Sustainable Finance Working Group (“SFWG”) and a Co-Chair of the ASEAN Working Committee on Capital Market Development. At the SC, he also oversaw matters related to accounting for capital markets and served as a member of the Audit Oversight Board and an Adviser to the Malaysian Accounting Standards Board.

Read more about the session SFIA will be presenting in and other speakers in the conference programme.


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