Monica Bae

Director, Investor Practice

Monica Bae is Director of Investor Practice at AIGCC. She manages collaborative engagement with investors in Asia to build capacity and integrate climate-related issues in investment processes, and to increase capital flow into decarbonization to align with a 1.5 degrees future.

She oversees work across several thematic focus areas relating to Paris-aligned investments, energy transition, and forest & land use. She also leads the strategy development and oversees the AIGCC’s Forest and Land Use workstream that supports investors through capacity building and implementation to address deforestation within Asia’s context. She is passionate in facilitating the development of sustainable investments in Asia and is part of global and regional coalitions of leading financial institutions that spearheads sustainable finance initiatives.

Monica has over 16 years of experience in financial services and economic research, especially in managing private debt funds for Asian institutional investors and structuring investment products. Most recently, she was the regional lead in leading nature-positive engagement with Asian capital markets stakeholders at CDP.

Updated Net Zero Investment Framework, the most widely used net zero guidance by investors, published as ‘NZIF 2.0’

25 June 2024

The ‘NZIF 2.0: Summary Guide’ provides an overview of what is necessary to understand NZIF at a high-level and is now the first resource that investors should refer to when considering implementing their net zero commitments and addressing climate risks and opportunities. Investors should view the Summary Guide as a gateway to other resources, guidance and latest thinking hosted and convened by the supporting network partners.

The Net Zero Investment Framework (NZIF) 2.0: Summary Guide

Guides | Paris Aligned Asset Owners | 25 June 2024

The ‘NZIF 2.0: Summary Guide’ provides an overview of what is necessary to understand NZIF at a high-level and is now the first resource that investors should refer to when considering implementing their net zero commitments and addressing climate risks and opportunities. Investors should view the Summary Guide as a

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Japan’s capital market is exposed to nature-related risks: new research by AIGCC

4 June 2024

Japan’s capital market and companies face moderate to high dependency on nature, especially the energy sector and the food, beverage and tobacco sector. The data shows that public equities in Japan are particularly exposed to nature-related risks, with 18%, or US$938 billion, of the local stock market’s capitalisation comprising companies in sectors with a higher direct dependence on nature.

日本の資本市場は、自然関連リスクに対するエクスポージャーを有する ― AIGCC(気候変動に関するアジア投資家グループ)による新たな調査―

4 June 2024

日本の資本市場と企業、特に、エネルギーセクターと食品・飲料・たばこセクターは、中程度~高度に自然に依存しています。AIGCCが本日発表するデータは、日本の公開株式が自然関連リスクに対して著しいエクスポージャーを有し、日本の株式市場の時価総額の18%(9,380億米ドル)が、自然に高度に直接依存しているセクターの企業で構成されていることを示しています。

『転換点に立つ自然』

Report | 気候変動に関するアジア投資家グループ | 2024年4⽉

日本の資本市場と企業、特に、エネルギーセクターと食品・飲料・たばこセクターは、中程度~高度に自然に依存しています。AIGCCが本日発表するデータは、日本の公開株式が自然関連リスクに対して著しいエクスポージャーを有し、日本の株式市場の時価総額の18%(9,380億米ドル)が、自然に高度に直接依存しているセクターの企業で構成されていることを示しています。

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