Environmental Investments Forum 2008 (EIF08)

Venue: Dexter House

Location: London E3, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Dec 09, 2008 End Date/Time: Dec 09, 2008
Early Registration Date: Nov 07, 2008
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Discover how environmental investments can continue to outperform - despite the current market turbulence - by attending this one-day highly participatory forum.

“Venture capitalists have poured record amounts into clean-tech this year, according to two reports, and investment in the sector has accelerated despite the credit crunch”
Source: Environmental Finance Online News, 2 October 2008

Book by 7 November to claim your early bird discount
(Discounts also available for Environmental Finance Publications customers, teams, organisations based in developing countries and not-for-profit/academic institutions)


KEYNOTE ADDRESS on climate change as an investment opportunity
David Blood, Senior Partner, Generation Investment Management

* Abyd Karmali, MD and Global Head of Carbon Emissions, Merrill Lynch
* Bozena Jankowska, VP, Sustainability Research, Allianz Global Investors
* Guy Hochschild, Research – Alternative Energy, Mirabaud Securities
* Garth Edward, Director, Environmental Products,
* Citigroup Corporate and Investment Banking
* Peter Brewer, Chief Investment Officer, Cumulus Energy Fund
* Fabrizio Donini Ferretti, Head of Energy, Dexia Credit Local
* Alexander Barkawi, Managing Director, SAM Indexes
* Richard Boddington, Wind Analysis Manager, Sgurr Energy
* Rebecca Tarbotton, Global Finance Campaign Director, Rainforest Action Network
* Jens Boening, Managing Director, WeatherBill UK
*Peter van Egmond Rossbach, Director, Investments, Impax Asset Management
and many more . . .


• Routes to market – funds, indexes, equities

• Hot stocks in renewable energy and energy efficiency

• Carbon as an asset class

• Investment opportunities in forestry, agriculture and bioenergy

• Weather derivatives and catastrophe bonds

• Private equity vs public markets

Some comments from delegates at our previous conferences!

"Thank you for organising such a great conference. Not only did it add such tremendous value to the attendees, but clearly it has such a positive and far-reaching impact in addressing climate change."
Marc Oppenheim, Sagana Bay Capital Limited

“Congratulations on a great conference. I was pleased to attend and network with both speakers and other participants. I look forward to more Environmental Finance conferences in the future!”
Sarah Clawson, Head of Communications, Eurosif

"Your speakers were top rate, the venue impeccable, and the quality of networking invaluable. I will certainly be in attendance next time and won't hesitate to recommend your events to my colleagues and business associates."
Trevor Giles, Managing Director, Blue Marble Capital Partners

Don't miss out on the chance to debate in detail the investment opportunities in the environmental markets, and to network and build profitable partnerships with the key players.

Remember to book by 7 November to claim your early bird discount


Dexter House
Tower Hill
London E3
United Kingdom

Additional Information

KEYNOTE SPEAKER David Blood is the Senior Partner of Generation Investment Management, a London-headquartered fund management business dedicated to long term investment and integrated sustainability research. Prior to co-founding Generation with Al Gore, David served in various positions at Goldman Sachs, including co-CEO and CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management between 1999 to 2003. David’s keynote address will be a rare opportunity for you to learn from the first-hand experiences of an industry pioneer.