The winners of the Sustainable Finance Summit Awards 2023 were announced in Paris on Wednesday 10th of May at the Four Seasons George V, Paris, following a full day of conference events and discussion.
The day brought together leading figures from the industry to share their visions for sustainable financing of assets and green projects.
This year’s Summit explored how Europe’s leasing industry and the broader commercial financing industry are responding to the value chain opportunity and the role of technology.
The winners are as follows:
The Sustainable Finance Awards 2023 winners are:
Best ‘ESG/Sustainability’ Initiative of the Year: Environmental Aspects
Best ‘ESG/Sustainability’ Initiative of the Year: Social Aspects
Best ‘ESG/Sustainability’ Initiative of the Year: Social Aspects (Special Award)
Best ‘ESG/Sustainability’ Initiative of the Year: Governance Aspects
Best Circular Economy Model: Equipment
Best ‘Give me a New Life’ Funding Programme
Best Resource Optimisation Model: As-A-Service/Shared Economy
Best New Services Solutions: Data and Asset Management
Best Energy Transition Financing Programmes
Best Energy Efficiency Financing Programme
Best E-mobility Financing Programmes
Best Impact Finance Solution
Best Energy Transition Strategy: Business Model & Service Innovation
For the list of finalists Sustainable Finance Summit 2023 award finalists named
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The 13 award winners were decided by a panel of four judges.
Arena International, Leasing Life and Motor Finance uphold the highest standards in our selection of judges, nominations and winners. There is no commercial exchange between the nominees and the judges. Firms cannot pay for awards – only tables and sponsorship opportunities. Where conflicts of interest do arise, we ensure that the relevant judge is removed from the decision-making process of that particular category.
The judges were: Head judge: Patrick Gouin (Invigors). Judge: Tarun Mistry (T.Mistry & Associates). Judge: Lindsay Town (IAA-Advisory). Judge: Olivier Ouazana.