Green and Sustainable FinTech

Green and Sustainable FinTech

Simon Thompson

CBI Chief Executive & ESG specialist

Over the past decade, digital, data-driven and internet enabled technologies have transformed many aspects of financial services. In this video, Simon will look both at the benefits of applying FinTech to green and sustainable finance, and also at some of the challenges to be overcome.

Over the past decade, digital, data-driven and internet enabled technologies have transformed many aspects of financial services. In this video, Simon will look both at the benefits of applying FinTech to green and sustainable finance, and also at some of the challenges to be overcome.

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Green and Sustainable FinTech

11 mins 14 secs

Overview

G&S FinTech involves the application of FinTech tools and techniques to retail financial services, corporate banking, capital markets and blockchains to accelerate the growth of green and sustainable development. However, like any new ideas, there are challenges and costs associated with this.

Key learning objectives:

  • Explain the uses and benefits of FinTech tools in promoting G&S development

  • Identify some real-world examples of the impact of FinTech

  • Discuss the many costs and challenges to overcome

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Simon Thompson

Simon Thompson

Simon is the Chief Executive of the Chartered Banker Institute and co-author of Green Finance: Principles and Practice. He is also a former Vice President of the European Bank Training Network, and is currently Chair of the Global Banking Education Standards Committee. He specialises in professional ethics, and green and sustainable finance.

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