Third annual Climate Finance Day

On December 11, 2017, the 3rd annual Climate Finance Day will take place in Paris. The aim is to accelerate the international mobilisation for financing the fight against climate change. In order to showcase solutions developed by the financial sector and accelerate commitments against climate change, the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance & Paris EUROPLACE, with its initiative Finance for Tomorrow, are organizing this new edition of Climate Finance Day.

Climate Finance Day 2017 will bring together representatives of the financial industry, regulation and supervision authorities, and central banks. It will showcase the most innovative initiatives aimed at accelerating the financing of the energy transition and adaptation to global warming. It will provide information on transparency and address risk management, financing solutions for the real economy and public-private partnerships. The most promising initiatives announced on Climate Finance Day will be highlighted during the "One Planet Summit" held the following day in Paris.


Philippe Zaouati, Chairman of Finance for Tomorrow and CEO of Mirova, an affiliate dedicated to SRI of Natixis Global Asset Management:

"Green and sustainable finance is the future of finance! The Paris Climate Finance Day is a new sign of the vibrancy and commitment of the Paris Financial Centre and will be a new milestone in the construction of tomorrow's finance which will contribute to the low carbon transformation of the economy. With this annual event, we intend to participate in building, with our international partners, this finance for tomorrow: a finance that favours long term solutions, an innovative and digital finance connected to the real economy, a finance mindful of its environmental and social impacts, a finance that invests in the future."


Check out the Climate Finance Day 2017 #CFD2017 program and all the information on


Paris EUROPLACE, chaired by Gérard Mestrallet, is the organization in charge of developing and promoting the Paris financial marketplace and the French financial industry internationally. It brings together all financial industry stakeholders; its 400+ members include issuers, investors, banks and financial intermediaries, insurance companies; attorneys and accountants, consulting firms, etc.

Mirova, an affiliate of Natixis Global Asset Management, offers a global responsible investing approach with a single offer revolving around 5 pillars: equities, bonds, infrastructure, Impact investing, voting and engagement. Mirova brings together 69 multi-disciplinary experts and has €8.2 billion of assets under management.
Mirova's fund range is distributed by Natixis Global Asset Management's global distribution platform and Groupe BPCE's two retail networks, and is designed for all types of investors, both professional and non-professional.
Figures as at June 30, 2017