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La primera de las mesas redondas del día 10 de mayo se centrará en las finanzas sostenibles y su contribución para cumplir con los ambiciosos objetivos climáticos y apoyar una recuperación sostenible.

Europa necesitará aproximadamente 350.000 millones de euros en inversiones adicionales al año durante esta década para cumplir su objetivo de reducción de emisiones para 2030, solo en sistemas energéticos. Un volumen de inversiones sin precedentes cuya movilización exigirá involucrar a los mercados financieros para lograr las metas sociales y ambientales de la Agenda 2030.

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09:35 h MESA REDONDA: MESA REDONDA: FINANZAS SOSTENIBLES
-Dña. Soledad Núñez, consejera del Banco de España
-D. Emilio Ontiveros, presidente AFI
-Dña. Sandra Lagumina, Socia y CEO Adjunta de Meridiam
Moderador: Oscar Barrero, PWC

La primera de las mesas redondas del día 10 de mayo se centrará en las finanzas sostenibles y su contribución para cumplir con los ambiciosos objetivos climáticos y apoyar una recuperación sostenible.

Europa necesitará aproximadamente 350.000 millones de euros en inversiones adicionales al año durante esta década para cumplir su objetivo de reducción de emisiones para 2030, solo en sistemas energéticos. Un volumen de inversiones sin precedentes cuya movilización exigirá involucrar a los mercados financieros para lograr las metas sociales y ambientales de la Agenda 2030.

PROGRAMA

09:35 h MESA REDONDA: MESA REDONDA: FINANZAS SOSTENIBLES
-Dña. Soledad Núñez, consejera del Banco de España
-D. Emilio Ontiveros, presidente AFI
-Dña. Sandra Lagumina, Socia y CEO Adjunta de Meridiam
Moderador: Oscar Barrero, PWC

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  1. 1. Finanzas sostenibles Funseam S.Lagumina 10th of May 2022
  2. 2. Our mission and values 2 Together with our investors and partners, we deliver sustainable infrastructure that improves the quality of people’s lives. This resolute commitment is written into our company by-laws. – We act today and for future generations – We respect the environment – We listen and learn – We keep our word – We go beyond – We love what we do
  3. 3. Key figures 3 18bn+ USD of assets under management 70bn of capital invested 3 impact areas 100+ projects under development, under construction or in operation around the world
  4. 4. Global portfolio 26 Countries 100+ Projects under development, under construction or in operation around the world 4
  5. 5. Our three impact areas 5 Critical public services Hospitals, schools and nurseries, court houses and university accommodation, and similar initiatives that improve access to essential health and education services. Always aiming to ensure that all our projects are built to maximise benefits and provide positive impacts for communities and environment. Sustainable mobility Roads, rail, ports and airports, alongside trams, electric buses, tunnels and electric vehicle charging points. Modern projects that improve transport infrastructure and services for people while preserving the environment. Innovative low carbon solutions Harnessing solar, hydroelectric, geothermal energy, biomass and biogas, while creating technology to minimise power use at home and work. Bringing renewable power to communities, improving countries’ energy mix and helping bring down global greenhouse emissions.
  6. 6. Our five strategic pillars 6 Projects in operation Improve current consolidated SDGs 9 & 11 score from 2.6 to 3.1 Projects in construction Improve current consolidated SDGs 9 & 11 score from 2.4 to 2.9 Projects in operation SDG 7 score from 2.7 to 3.2 For MIAF Carbon neutrality between induced emissions and avoided emissions (per M€ invested) For other funds Portfolio temperature nearing 2°C SDG 5 Improve current consolidated score of gender-related performance indicators in the Sustainability Assessment from 61 to 63 SDG 8 Improve current score from 3,3 to 3,5 SDG 17 Improve current score from 2.4 to 3 Improve current consolidated SDGs 14 & 15 score from 2.3 to 2.8 Accelerate energy transition Avoid & reduce emissions Protect & enhance biodiversity Promote good work conditions, inclusion, diversity & gender equality Deliver resilient infrastructure & develop sustainable cities
  7. 7. Impact measurement Our Impact Measurement & Monitoring Tool Simpl.® is Meridiam’s new Sustainability Impact Measurement Platform. The Platform tracks and monitors the impact of a project using our unique framework of assessment against Environment, Social and Governance targets and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. 7
  8. 8. Mission objectives – Performance review FY 2022 8 Meridiam overall SDG performance Meridiam comparative SDG results 2020-2021 Legend 2021 2020 Global Meridiam target 3.20 3.50 3.00 3.00 2.80 2.80 3.00
  9. 9. First preliminary results Year 2 Protect and enhance biodiversity “ ” Deliver resilient infrastructure and develop sustainable cities “ ” “ ” “ ” “ ” Promote good work conditions, inclusion, diversity and gender equality Accelerate energy transition Avoid and reduce emissions Improve current consolidated SDGs 14 &15 score from 2.3 to 2.8 Projects in operation Improve current consolidated SDGs 9&11 score from 2.6 to 3.1 Projects in construction Improve current consolidated SDGs 9&11 score from 2.4 to 2.9 SDG 5: consolidated score of gender-related performance indicators in the Sustainability Assessment from 61 to 63 SDG 8: improve current score from 3.3 to 3.5 SDG 17: improve current score from 2.4 to 3.0 Projects in operation SDG 7 score of 2.7 to 3.2 For MIAF: carbon neutrality between induced emissions and avoided emissions (per €M invested) For other funds: maximum portfolio temperature of 2°C SDGs Targets Climate action and strategy Decent work, inclusion and gender Biodiversity Clean and affordable energy Resilient infrastructure and Sustainable Cities Overall governance objective: improve current score from 64 to 70 based on the sustainability assessment (1) 3-year objectives (2019-2022) (1) Meridiam’s corporate sustainability assessment carried out by an ESG/SDG rating agency. UN SDGs: https://sdgs.un.org/goals 9 3.66 3.58 3.01 3.80 2.77 3.06
  10. 10. Thank you

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