The 2023 Milken Institute Global Conference convenes the best minds in the world to tackle its most urgent challenges and realize its most exciting opportunities. Bringing together thought leaders across industries, this year’s theme of 'Advancing a Thriving World' tackles the most pressing challenges and capitalizes on the most exciting opportunities of our time. From gene therapies to renewable energy, AI to infrastructure, and DEI to FinTech, attendees will share valuable insights and make crucial connections to drive progress and prosperity.
Playing an active role in the conference, Oliver Wyman will lead deep conversations to help clients and communities advance in key areas crucial to growth.
Oliver Wyman at Milken
Tuesday, May 2, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm PDT
Financing a Green Future
Across sectors, asset managers have ushered in billions of dollars intended for achieving ambitious net-zero targets. Without taking decisive action to allocate this capital, however, businesses risk falling short of their 2030 emissions pledges. What are the most promising and effective investment opportunities to reach a net-zero reality, and how can these investment dollars ultimately translate into reduced carbon emissions? How can organizations accurately track and assess progress made towards net-zero, and where can more robust sustainability metrics fill existing gaps? In what ways can various carbon transition projects be de-risked to attract different sources of public and private investment? Join these industry leaders as they discuss the nuts and bolts of financing a carbon-neutral future.
- Moderator: Sarah Williamson, CEO, FCLTGlobal
- Sharadiya Dasgupta, Founding Partner, Blue Dot Capital Inc.
- Kate Galvin, CEO, Victorian Funds Management Corporation
- Jeffrey McDermott, Global Co-Head, Investment Banking, Nomura Securities International, Inc.
- Huw van Steenis, Vice Chair, Oliver Wyman
- Ben Way, Group Head, Macquarie Asset Management, Macquarie Group
Oliver Wyman in the News
Dan Tannebaum on Bloomberg Markets
Partner Daniel Tannebaum discusses how companies are responding to the uncertainty of US-China tensions. (Starts at 1:15:08)
Huw van Steenis in Bloomberg's New Economy Daily Newsletter
Vice Chair Huw van Steenis was quoted in Bloomberg's newsletter on the changing geopolitical calculus for energy production.
Daniel Tannebaum in Politico's Morning Money
Partner Daniel Tannebaum was quoted in Politico on multinationals' approach to U.S.-China relations.
Huw van Steenis on The Tape: A Bloomberg Podcast
Vice Chair Huw van Steenis discussed the latest on financial stability in the banking sector, in the US and globally.