A Guide to Carbon Finance: Carbonomics for a Credit Constrained World (Paperback)Kenny Tang (author)
Paperback Published: 01/01/2009
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This book is 'Carbon 101' for those who need to know the ins and outs of carbon finance and the carbon markets. This concise executive report will enable you to quickly grasp the principles behind carbon finance and climate change allowing you to understand the financial implications and originate, finance, structure, invest, insure and trade products with a carbon angle through practical practitioner led guidance and case studies. By reading this concise report you will quickly get up-to-speed on this booming financial sector and its future prospects. "A Guide to Carbon Finance" will help you to answer the questions: what is the international basis for the origination of carbon assets; how do we originate and create carbon assets; how are carbon mitigation and adaptation projects financed; how to structure innovative deals in the carbon marketplace; how do asset managers and corporations invest in the carbon space; what insuring solutions are needed for the low carbon economy; and, how and where can carbon assets be traded. Recommended reading for senior executives in investment banks and structured products, CEOs/CIOs of wealth managers, wealth management firms, hedge funds and trustees of pension funds. This is especially recommended reading for anyone hoping to take advantage of the boom in carbon finance, carbon trading, weather derivatives, clean tech, low carbon products, clean energy, green and environmental services and investments.
Publisher: Risk Books
Dimensions: 297 x 211 x 10 mm
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