The activity of the Intergroup is to organise events with the presence of Members of the Bureau, or the Members of the Intergroup and interested Partners. The events can be organized by Partners through various formats (conferences, breakfasts, dinners).
In the context of the Covid-19 recovery and the persistent need for long-term investment in the green and digital transitions, this conference will focus on how the EU policy framework, in particular the review of the Solvency II Directive, the Capital Markets Union Action Plan and the Renewed Sustainable Finance Strategy allow this sector to unleash its maximum potential to deliver on European objectives. It will steer a debate between long-term investors, representatives of the industry, as well as EU and national policymakers.
The European Green Deal sets very ambitious goals- reaching climate neutrality by 2050 and environmental sustainability- which require a substantial amount of financing. The EU Taxonomy aims to help redirecting much needed private finance towards sustainable activities, technologies and projects that underpin Europe’s goals. To do so, it aims to classify which economic activities are sustainable by setting technical criteria.