The inaugural Sustainable Investment Forum Europe will be held in Paris, France. France - especially since COP21 which was held in Paris in 2015, and the Paris Agreement - has played a central role in global climate action. The French government has recently reiterated their will to be a leader in terms of tackling climate change and climate finance, with the announcement of the climate focused Summit in Paris on 12 December 2017. France is also the first country in the world to pass a law - Article 173 - that requires from investors to report on how they integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into their investment policies – where applicable, risk management – and on how climate change considerations are incorporated.

Paris is the place to be this year, join us at the Sustainable Investment Forum Europe in March to meet key European stakeholders and share knowledge on sustainable investment practices!






Le Pavillon Dauphine (Saint Clair)

2 Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny,

75116 Paris, France

About the venue:

The Pavillon Dauphine was built on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne, at the bottom of Avenue de l'Impératrice, now known as Avenue Foch, at the beginning of the last century. Surrounded by gardens, it can hold from 25 to 2100 people, and is ideal for fostering communication in the prestigious setting of its reception rooms, where charm and discretion are combined with tradition and the high standards of today.



Closest train station:

Avenue Foch

Closest metro station:

Porte Dauphine / Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny


Accommodation nearby 

1. Foch hotel – 3 star property  


2. Saint James Paris – 5 star property


3. Meliá París Champs Elysées – 4 star property


4. Hotel Mercure Paris Champs Elysées – 4 star property


(All accomodation listed above is between 3-15 minute walk away from the venue)

For more information and the full agenda please download the conference brochure by clicking below: