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GIP WG3 Webinar



Sustainability-linked Loans (SLLs) have become a popular product in the sustainable finance world today. They help embed a company’s ESG commitments into its financing structure and encourage the company to continually improve its sustainability performance through a unique margin adjustment mechanism. SLLs are also essential tools in helping companies transition as part of their sustainability journey.

With the establishment of dedicated Working Group 3 (WG 3), which focuses on green financial product innovation and is co-hosted by Industrial Bank and Standard Chartered Bank, supported by Deloitte, we aim to delve deeply into the SLL product during this webinar. We will share structuring methodologies and innovative case studies from different industries, assessment rationales by SPO providers, as well as regulatory guidance and market insights.

English and Chinese simultaneous translation will be provided for the event. If you are interested in the seminar, please scan the QR code below to register. Please note that event details will be shared upon successful registration.

We sincerely anticipate your participation.

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Date: June 20th (Thursday), 2024

Time: 3 pm to 5 pm, Beijing time

Location: Chao Yang District, Beijing or online (Details will be provided upon successful registration)

Language: Chinese & English simultaneous translation would be provided



Opening remarks


Jennifer Zhou, Head of Sustainable Finance China, Standard Chartered Bank   


Presentation: SLL Structuring and Innovative Case Studies

Helen Su, Associate Director, Sustainable Finance, Standard Chartered Bank


Presentation: SLL Assessment Methodology by SPO Provider 

Adams Wong, Regional Lead APAC, Sustainable Finance and Regulatory Research, ISS-Corporate

Nikita Lee, Sustainable Finance Business Manager APAC, ISS-Corporate


Presentation:  Market Insight and Regulatory Guidance

Shen Yi, FSI Manager, Climate & Sustainability, Deloitte China


Presentation:  Chinese Banks Practice and Industry Sharing 

Zhao Jianxun, Head of Green Research Office, Green Finance Department, Industrial Bank


Closing Remarks 

Cheng Lin, Head of GIP Secretariat Beijing Office