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Carbon Finance 2008

Given the rapidly developing markets for climate change investing in clean technologies and companies pursuing environmental management solutions, this presentation will provide insights into Deutsche Bank's dedicated strategies on climate change.

As we have learned, moving towards a low carbon economy will create winners and losers for the asset management industry. Join Deutsche Bank's climate change czar, Mark Fulton, in a presentation that will explore the bank's strategies as we begin to move into a megatrend on climate change investing and asset management.

April 14, 2008
4:30 p.m.
GM Room

Mark Fulton is a Managing Director and Global Head of Strategic Planning and Climate Change Strategist for Deutsche Bank. He joined Deutsche Bank in 2006 after 29 years of investment experience in senior roles in research and management at Citigroup in the US, Salomon Smith Barney and NatWest in Sydney, Potter Partners in Melbourne and James Capel in London.

Recommended Readings

Investing in Climate Change: An Asset Management Perspective - by Deutsche Asset Management

Megatopic Energy and Climate Change - by Deutsche Bank Research

Fund Industry will Play Key Role in Climate Change Investing - UN Institutional Investors Summit on Climate Risk

DWS Global Climate Change Fund - DWS Investments

Event Documents

Netcast - Visit Yale "Business & Management" or "Environment" in the "Center for Business and Environment" tab (must have iTunes to download)

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Funding for the Carbon Finance Speaker Series was made possible by a generous grant from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation. This special event was made possible by the Yale Office of Sustainability.