Financing session with EBRD at 7th PLGBC Green Building Symposium

This year edition of PLGBC Green Building Symposium provides a unique opportunity to discuss with experts from World Bank Group, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), European Commission and international organizations supporting green building financing.

EBRD is a bank that has enabled over EUR 15bn of investment in green building projects, and is looking to grow its support through its 'Green Economy Transition' programme. The panel Green Building Financing during PLGBC Green Building Symposium (5th October 2017, Warsaw, Reduta Banku Polskiego) offers project developers a chance to get to know how to connect with EBRD finance, and some of the latest trends in green building finance in the region.

Among session’s speakers and panelists we will see:


  Marcene D. Broadwater

  Global Head, Strategy and Business Development, IFC Climate Business Department, World Bank Group



  Alexander Hadziivanov

  Associate Director, Sustainable Resource Investments, Energy Efficiency & Climate Change, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development



  Roxana Isaiu

  Director, ESG & Real Estate, GRESB


Vlaho Kojakovic

Associate Director, Head of the EBRD Property & Tourism Team, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development


  Josefina Lindblom, Ph.D.

  DG Environment, European Commission



Wojciech Rumian

Board Member, Hines Polska




More information on speakers and agenda you can find at

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PLGBC Green Building Symposium has become the icon for green progress in Polish property industry, and an energetic platform for ideas, collaboration, partnership and learning. It’s where the principles and passions of the green building community are galvanised, and grow.

In this year edition, during plenary and parallel sessions we will together discover newest green building trends, design approaches and challenges,  building influence on people, and what is very important – ways of green building financing.


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