There is an increasing demand for geospatial information amongst various financial institutions for a range of different use cases. The Spatial Finance Initiative (SFI) is inviting the geospatial community to hear from key decision makers in the finance sector why they need better information and where they see most value for geospatial solutions.
This second Spatial Finance Connect event will give you the opportunity to:
The Spatial Finance Initiative (SFI) is a multi-disciplinary and multi-stakeholder programme, established by four leading institutions – the Alan Turing Institute, City of London Green Finance Initiative (now the Green Finance Institute), Satellite Applications Catapult, and the University of Oxford – with a mission to mainstream the geospatial capabilities enabled by space technology and data science into financial decision-making globally.
Businesses, researchers and data scientists with a background in AI and earth observation that are looking to find out more about finance sector use cases and research questions.
In this session we will explore why climate-related financial risks are of increasing relevance to financial institutions and what kind of capabilities and insights finance practitioners may require to understand and incorporate these risks into their decision-making.
In this session we will explore how investors are increasingly aware about the impact of their investments on the world we live in and how investments are (or aren’t) contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals.