The Sheffield Institute for Corporate and Commercial Law is delighted to invite you to the following event: "Law, Finance and Sustainability" on September 11th. Details are at the following link: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/law/research/conferences/lfsconference
This is the third in our series of highly-successful "Law and Money" conferences, and will examine how law, finance and financial regulation can contribute to sustainable economic development.
This event is co-hosted with the SMART Project, based at the University Oslo (more details here: http://www.jus.uio.no/ifp/english/research/projects/smart/).
At present, the speaking line-up includes:
Professor Christopher Bruner, University of Georgia
Professor Virginia Harper Ho, University of Kansas
Dr Paul Fisher, University of Cambridge and ex-Bank of England MPC member
Professor Andrew Johnston, University of Sheffield
Professor David Campbell, University of Lancaster
Trevor Pugh, Head of Sterling Trading, HSBC
I would be deeply grateful if you could distribute this conference amongst your networks.
Registration is here: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/law/research/conferences/lfsconference
If you have a paper, or know anyone with a paper in this area who might be interested in presenting, please direct them to the same link and the "Call for Papers" section. The themes are deliberately wide, and include:
Law, finance and environmental risk
Financial institutions and climate risk
Investments regulation and sustainability
Securities law and sustainability
Corporate law and sustainability
Legal and political barriers to sustainable finance
Corporate governance and sustainability
Banking regulation and sustainability
Financing sustainable business
Thanks for reading and we look forward to seeing as many of you at Sheffield as possible.