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A partnership for growth - Our sustainable finance podcast series

  • United Kingdom
  • Banking and finance
  • ESG - Sustainable Finance

09-12-2021

Welcome to the Eversheds Sutherland’s Sustainable Finance podcast, where our international Banking and Finance team will be having conversations alongside a number of industry experts on a variety of topics within the sustainable finance market.

For more information on sustainable finance and ESG more generally, please visit our dedicated Energy Law hub.

Episode 7

Paul Pugh, Corporate Partner and co-lead of Financial Services M&A is joined by Alison Collins, Director Head of ESG programme and Chair of ESH Committee at Pollen Street Capital discuss private capital and sustainable finance.

 

Episode 6

Joules PLC aand Barclays Corporate Banking discuss their experience with ESG linked finance arrangements following Joules' establishment of its sustainability linked loan with Barclays Bank PLC earlier this year. 

 

Episode 5

Jonathan Malim and Herbert Short continue their discussion on Debt Capital Markets.

 

Episode 4

In the next in our series of podcasts, Jonathan Malim and Herbert Short discuss Debt Capital Markets.

Episode 3

In the next in our series of podcasts, Thomas Freund, Partner at Eversheds Sutherland in Germany is joined by Coralie De Maesschalck, Head of ESG at Kartesia to discuss SLL's and specifically:

- Appeal of ESG within leveraged finance

- Unique concerns of the leveraged market with ESG

- Developments we would like to see in the market

- How the private debt industry’s ESG agenda will evolve over the next 3 years

 

Episode 2

In the next in our series of podcasts, Alex Smith, Senior Associate at Eversheds Sutherland is joined by Emma Harvey, Programme Director at the Green Finance Institute and Ian Tetsill, Global Head of Debt Finance Strategy at Eversheds Sutherland to discuss Part 2 of why sustainable credit is good credit.

Episode 1

In the first in our series of podcasts, Alex Smith, Senior Associate at Eversheds Sutherland is joined by Emma Harvey, Programme Director at the Green Finance Institute and Ian Tetsill, Global Head of Debt Finance Strategy at Eversheds Sutherland to discuss why sustainable credit is good credit.