The Centre for Green and Sustainable Finance (Centre) is a cross-sector platform launched by the Green and Sustainable Finance Cross-Agency Steering Group (CASG). The Centre coordinates the efforts of financial regulators, Government agencies, industry stakeholders and the academia in capacity building and policy development. It will also serve as a repository for resources, data and analytics which support the transition to a more sustainable development pathway. The Centre has established working groups to develop strategies and roadmaps to promote capacity building and develop data repository and analytics capability. The working groups will consult other stakeholders when formulating their recommendations.
|GSF Data Source Repository
This repository contains a non-exhaustive set of data sources related to green and sustainable finance.
|GSF Training Information Repository
This repository contains information of international and local training on green and sustainable related subjects. It was identified and compiled by the GSF Centre’s Capacity Building Working Group based on industry practice and is not exhaustive.
|GSF Internship Opportunities
This page provides information about green and sustainable finance internship openings offered by financial institutions, professional services companies, and corporates in related fields.
The Green and Sustainable Finance Cross-Agency Steering Group (CASG) was co-initiated by the HKMA and the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) on 5 May 2020. Other members include the Environment and Ecology Bureau, the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau (FSTB), Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX), the Insurance Authority (IA) and the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority (MPFA). CASG aims to co-ordinate the management of climate and environmental risks to the financial sector, accelerate the growth of green and sustainable finance in Hong Kong and support the Government’s climate strategies.
In December 2020, CASG launched its strategic plan with six key focus areas and five near-term action points, to strengthen Hong Kong’s financial ecosystem to support a greener and more sustainable future.