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ESG: "Emergence of the Sustainability Linked Bonds” - Friend or foe to sustainability?

Speaker: Diana Ouamar

CQF Institute is proud to bring you a free online talk with Diana Ouamar on 'ESG: "Emergence of the Sustainability Linked Bonds” - Friend or foe to sustainability?'.

Event Agenda 

17:00 - 17:30 BST - Networking opportunities

17:30 - 18:30 BST - CQF Institute Talk: Diana Ouamar

This event can earn you up to 2 CPD credits.

Abstract

Sustainability-Linked Bonds (SLBs) issuance have reached to $91 billion in 2021, from $8.2 billion in 2020. Like green bonds, SLBs are largely unregulated, but usually adhere to voluntary principles published by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) trade body.

Speaker's Bio

Diana Ouamar is the Managing Director of Rima Consulting Limited. She has more than 14 years’ experience in risk management developed in rating agencies, investment banking, consulting, and private equity. 

As a Senior Regulatory Risk consultant, she follows closely and interprets the banking regulations focusing on Market Risk, Counterpart Credit Risk and Climate Risk. She has participated in numerous strategic programs to comply with the regulatory requirements and has a proven track record in delivering high profile regulatory driven change projects within the Risk Management and Operations functions across the US & European Tier-1 Investment Banks.

Diana began her career at Calyon Investment Bank in Paris and Fitch Ratings Agency in London as a corporate credit analyst. She developed her risk management experience at Moody’s Investors Services in London, and then at Rule Financial (GFT) as a Regulatory Risk Consultant.

Diana holds a Msc in Finance from the University of London and an Msc in Economics from University of Paris-Panthéon-Sorbonne. She recently received the Certificate of Achievement on “Climate Change: Financial risks and opportunities” from Imperial College Business School and she is currently attending courses on “Sustainable Finance” from University of Cambridge.