Green Housing Financing
The construction sector generates about 39% of the world's carbon emissions, according to the World Green Building Council. On the other hand, green building in emerging cities represents one of the biggest investment opportunities of the next decade: US$24,7 trillion by 2030. Most of this growth will occur in the residential sector, particularly in developing countries. average income. Additionally, green building projects stimulate low-carbon economic growth and create qualified jobs, in addition to promoting the rational use of resources such as water, energy and construction materials.
The Green Housing Financing course addresses the new trends in the sector, its contribution to sustainable development and the benefits that result for all those involved.
1. Strengthen the capacities of the financial sector to capitalize on the opportunities offered by sustainable finance and the financing of green housing.
2. Make known the evolution, fundamentals, trends and the variety of financing mechanisms, technologies and existing applications in the green construction sector.
3. Delve into the arguments that show the financial and comfort advantages of sustainable construction.
4. Learn about initiatives, successful cases and international best practices in green construction.
5. Learn about the most widely used green tools, methodologies and certifications for sustainable housing.
6. Review the fundamentals of structuring a green financial product for the construction sector.
- From November 20 to December 1, 2023
- Professionals from the banking sector who perform functions in the field of risks, credit, corporate banking, who seek to strengthen their analytical skills on the subject.
- Other professionals involved in the sector, such as real estate developers, owners and investors, architects and engineers.