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SSE celebrates ten year milestone alongside UNGA in New York

(26 September 2019) In celebration of its 10th anniversary, the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) initiative gathered high level capital market stakeholders and SSE partners alongside the UN General Assembly meetings and Climate Action Summit.

SSE signs Exchange of Letters with industry association WFE

New York City, 27 September 2019 – The World Federation of Exchanges (“WFE”), the global industry group for exchanges and CCPs, and the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges (“SSE”) initiative, have formalised their deepening partnership with the two organisations agreeing to work together on building capacity and technical assistance to stakeholders, and on joint publicat

UNCTAD WIR 2020 Looks at Sustainable Finance

The World Investment Report, now in its thirtieth year, includes a special chapter, on investment in the Sustainable Development Goals. Capital markets that are aligned with sustainable development can be instrumental in filling the financing gap for the SDGs. 

SSE launches Climate Disclosure work with Mark Carney and LSEG

The United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) initiative is launching a new workstream to support exchanges in providing guidance to issuers on climate disclosure. The SSE’s Partner Exchanges and key stakeholders are invited to participate in the SSE’s Advisory Group on Climate Disclosure.

Stock exchanges and academics join forces to enhance progress on SDGs

Abu Dhabi, 18 October 2023 - The United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) initiative launched the SSE Academic Working Group at the UNCTAD World Investment Forum with eleven founding members from academic institutions in six countries from Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.

COP28: SSE Contributes to Oxford Master Class on Governing a Transition to Net Zero

4 December 2023

SSE Academy Head Dr. Tiffany Grabski was invited to present at the Oxford Net Zero Master Class on Net Zero Policy and Regulation. Dr. Grabski spoke about the role of capital markets in building capacity to facilitate the transition to a zero-emissions economy, highlighting the importance of convergence of standards with built-in flexibility for local adaptation.