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Environment & Sustainability, Energy, Industries

FT Water Summit

Opening the Floodgates: Unleashing Returns from Water Investments

London |
Speakers include:
Emilio Cattaneo

Emilio Cattaneo

Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund

Monika Beck

Monika Beck

DEG

Fiona Dawson

Fiona Dawson

Mars Foods

Overview

"Not only can water float a boat - it can sink it." - Chinese proverb

The FT Water Summit is a unique event on the global financial and water calendars. Targeted at CEOs and CFOs of companies that depend on water as an input in their products, processes, and/or supply chains as well as banks and investors and global financial institutions, the summit looks at water from a corporate perspective.

With water risk rising rapidly up the corporate agenda, the first two summits focused primarily on how to respond to this risk. But the 2018 summit will be different.

In association with WWF, one of the driving forces behind corporate water stewardship, the summit will focus on business and investment opportunities – including bankable water projects and other innovative financial solutions (blue bonds and water stewardship funds etc) as well as how companies can collaborate to solve shared water challenges and generate better returns on investments in river basins where they operate.

With water stress increasing and concern growing in boardrooms about water risks to operations and investments, the 2018 FT Water Summit will provide investors and corporate leaders with another perspective – turning risk into an opportunity by investing in sustainable water projects and/or transforming their corporate water management could unleash a flood of returns. It would also boost progress towards achieving SDG6 (‘Water for All’) – a target that many of the world’s leading companies have signed up to.

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fallback Add to my Calendar 10/17/2018 08:30:0010/17/2018 17:35:00trueFT Water Summit"Not only can water float a boat - it can sink it." - Chinese proverbThe FT Water Summit is a unique event on the global financial and water calendars. Targeted at CEOs and CFOs of companies that depend on water as an input in their products, processes, and/or supply chains as well as banks and investors and global financial institutions, the summit looks at water from a corporate perspective.With water risk rising rapidly up the corporate agenda, the first two summits focused primarily on how to respond to this risk. But the 2018 summit will be different.In association with WWF, one of the driving forces behind corporate water stewardship, the summit will focus on business and investment opportunities – including bankable water projects and other innovative financial solutions (blue bonds and water stewardship funds etc) as well as how companies can collaborate to solve shared water challenges and generate better returns on investments in river basins where they operate.With water stress increasing and concern growing in boardrooms about water risks to operations and investments, the 2018 FT Water Summit will provide investors and corporate leaders with another perspective – turning risk into an opportunity by investing in sustainable water projects and/or transforming their corporate water management could unleash a flood of returns. It would also boost progress towards achieving SDG6 (‘Water for All’) – a target that many of the world’s leading companies have signed up to.FT-Water-Summitb6d27866c4759358b91c7d81172994f2MM/DD/YYYY

Testimonials from the FT Water Summit

TESTIMONIALS FROM THE FT WATER SUMMIT

“The most interesting event attended this year connecting industry, institutions and NGO, focus on common goal and now to achieve it. Brilliant!”

Rodolfo Nervi, Bacardi            

“An excellent networking event to hear thought leadership on the key issues facing global economies”

Lila Thompson, British Water

A thought provoking and stimulating event”

Tony Clark, Glacex Environmental

“Great mix of speakers from blue chip companies to inspirational artists. A well rounded approach.”

Dania Sauza, DNV GL

“I have participated in many events all over the world but it's the first one organised by the FT. I am astonished!”

Paulo Santos, Copem Engenharia

"Water will be the most important issue of the 21st. Century the FT Water summit is making a real contribution to the recognition and action needed to resolve it.”

Jack Moss, AquaFed

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The FT Water Summit Story

Not only can water float a boat – it can sink it”– Chinese proverb

The World Economic Forum has ranked water as one of the top global risks in terms of impact for the past six years. Growing populations and economies along with the impacts of climate change will only increase the challenges of water scarcity and quality, leaving companies facing greater operational, regulatory and reputational water risks to their assets, investments, brand, credibility, credit rating and bottom line.

The FT Water Summit was launched in 2015 with the aim of providing practical, action-focused content to help companies whose businesses rely on a dependable supply of clean water to succeed. It is solutions-focused and devotes attention to the ways in which water can give competitive edge, how it can be an enabler of growth, and how companies can work collaboratively with governments, NGOs and local communities.

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Speakers (16)

Emilio Cattaneo

Emilio Cattaneo

Executive Director
Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund

Emilio Cattaneo has been Executive Director of the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) since 2015. With a capital base of just over US$1 billion, EAIF has supported some 70 projects in over 20 sub-Saharan countries since being established in 2002. It works across 8 sectors, including energy, oil and gas transportation, telecommunications, transport and water. In 2017, it was the lead arranger of the debt finance for the US$60 million water treatment and supply plant now being being built by Kigali Water Limited (KWL). KWL, a subsidiary of Metito, will operate the plant on a build, operate and transfer basis. Over 500,000 citizens of Rwanda’s capital will benefit from the 40 million litres the plant will supply daily.

Emilio has over 30 years of corporate finance, asset management and advisory experience across several markets, including Africa, Latin America, India and Southern Europe. He is a graduate of Oxford University.

EAIF is a member of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), a multi-donor organisation with members from seven countries and the World Bank Group.

Monika Beck

Monika Beck

Member of the Management Board
DEG

Monika Beck has been a member of the management board at Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH since July 2018. Previously, she headed up KfW’s Compliance department. She held various management positions from 2004 to 2015 at KfW Development Bank. During this time, she initiated, established and managed numerous MSME funds and funds in the climate finance and education finance fields, including, for example MEF and EFSE. Monika Beck joined KfW in 2001. She studied economics in Stirling and Cologne. In the early part of her career, she worked for three years as a product manager at L’Oréal and, between 1992 and 2001, she worked at ProCredit Group, mainly in Latin America.

Fiona Dawson

Fiona Dawson

Global President
Mars Foods

Fiona Dawson has had a long career with Mars, Incorporated. She now serves as Global President of Mars Food, Drinks and Multisales, and is a member of the Mars, Incorporated Leadership Team.

She has a passion for the advancement of women’s entrepreneurship and human rights. She is a member of the Women’s Business Council, where she co-chairs a group seeking to advance women in the executive pipeline.

Fiona Dawson previously served as President of the Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD) and Vice President of the Food and Drink Federation, where she led both the Sustainability and Health and Wellbeing committees, becoming a pivotal member of the U.K Responsibility Deal. Dawson was also the first female leader recognized with The Grocer Cup, voted by readers of The Grocer to business leaders who have inspired their teams to achieve exceptional results.

Harriet Baldwin

Harriet Baldwin

Minister of State
Department for International Development

Harriett Baldwin was appointed as Minister of State for Africa at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Minister of State at the Department for International Development on 9 January 2018. She was elected as the MP for West Worcestershire in May 2010, where she has lived since 2006.

Harriett was appointed to become the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Russia before joining the government in February 2014 as Assistant Government Whip. She was promoted to Lord Commissioner in July 2014 and served in that post until May 2015. Harriett served as Economic Secretary to the Treasury (City Minister) from May 2015 until July 2016. She then served as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Ministry of Defence from July 2016 to January 2018.

Tania Roediger-Vorwerk

Tania Roediger-Vorwerk

Deputy Director-General
BMZ, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany

Dr. Tania Rödiger-Vorwerk has served in multiple positions for the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. Currently she is the Dep. Director General at Directorate 41 – Environment and Infrastructure. She has led bilateral development policy and cooperation with Southasia, crisis prevention and peace building, human resource development and has served as Director Strategy and Planning. The experienced lawyer supported former Federal President of Germany, Prof. Dr. Horst Köhler, in his function as member of the United Nations High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda for UN SG Ban Ki-moon as “Sherpa” – heading the cross institutional shaped Sherpa-Staff.

Margaret Kuhlow

Margaret Kuhlow

Finance Practice Leader
WWF
Ewan Andrew

Ewan Andrew

Managing Director
International Supply Centre, Diageo
Vivien McMenamin

Vivien McMenamin

CEO
Mondi South Africa

Viv has more than 14 years’ experience with Mondi, having joined Mondi Paper South Africa as Manager Corporate Affairs in 2003. After joining Mondi, Viv went on to be appointed Director of Sustainable Development for the Mondi Group and a member of the Mondi South African board in 2004 before becoming Director Land & Forestry for Mondi’s South African business in 2006.

As Director of Land & Forestry Viv was instrumental in developing and implementing Mondi’s approach to managing forests sustainably. The WWF-Mondi Wetlands Programme (now the WWF-Mondi Water Stewardship Partnership) a pioneering  initiative focused on protecting wetlands and biodiversity, helped Mondi to strengthen the water stewardship practices in its South African forestry operations.   This partnership programme, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2016, bolstered South Africa’s wetland conservation efforts and grew into a global partnership between WWF and Mondi. It excelled in developing a deep understanding of the socio-ecological issues critical to wetlands and freshwater stewardship and the technical skills needed to wisely manage wetlands.  The programme enabled and now involves many other landowners and catchments.

Prior to Mondi, Viv worked extensively with government, trade unions and non-governmental organisations in South Africa, serving Nelson Mandela as a member of the President’s Task Force on Local Economic Development and as a member of President Thabo Mbeki’s Economic Advisory Panel.

Viv was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Mondi’s South African business in October 2017 and is a member of the Mondi Exco.

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Maurizio Paternello

Maurizio Paternello

CEO and Chairman
Nestle Waters
Jean-François  van Boxmeer

Jean-François van Boxmeer

CEO
Heineken
Kees Kruhthoff

Kees Kruhthoff

President
Unilever

Kees has enjoyed a long career history with Unilever, working in senior roles for the company since the 1990s, based in countries across Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Prior to his current role, Kees had been President of Unilever's North America business and Global Head of Customer Development since 2011.

Between 2004 and 2008, Kees was based in South Africa as CEO of Unilever Foods, during which time he took part in a nationwide programme to bring together business, government and non-governmental organisations.

In 2002, he joined the Board of Unilever Bestfoods in Asia, tasked with building Unilever’s foods and beverages brands across the continent.

Kees is Chairman of Enactus International, a network of global business, academic and student leaders dedicated to developing the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders and social innovators. Kees is married with four daughters and enjoys travel, sports and spending time with his family.

Roberta Barbieri

Roberta Barbieri

VP, Global Water and Environmental Solutions, Office of Sustainability
PepsiCo. Inc

Roberta Barbieri is PepsiCo’s Vice President for Global Water and Environmental Solutions. In this role, she is accountable for executing the environmental and water sustainability strategy of the company, including integration of environmental sustainability into core business processes, and delivery of PepsiCo’s Performance with Purpose goals for Climate, Water, Waste and Sustainable Packaging. Before joining PepsiCo, Roberta worked for Diageo, where she held the position of Global Environmental Director and served as the principal architect of Diageo's Global Environmental Sustainability strategy.  Prior to Diageo, Roberta spent five years at Vivendi Universal where she was responsible for leading the company's global EHS compliance auditing program and developing the company’s first EHS management system.

Roberta is past chair of the Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable’s Water Working Group and has served on the Steering Committee for the CEO Water Mandate.  Roberta holds an MS in Environmental Engineering and an MS in Environmental Science from the University of New Haven, as well as a BS in Environmental Conservation and International Studies from the University of New Hampshire.  In addition to her native English, Roberta speaks Spanish and Italian.

 

Giulio Boccaletti

Giulio Boccaletti

Chief Strategy Officer
The Nature Conservancy

Dr. Giulio Boccaletti is the Chief Strategy Officer of The Nature Conservancy, as well as its Global Managing Director for Water.

Trained as a scientist, Giulio is an expert on environmental and economic sustainability with experience in deploying innovative, large-scale strategies that demonstrate how investing in nature will help us achieve a healthier, more prosperous, more resilient world. He has deep expertise on the intersection of natural resources, public policy and business conduct. Prior to joining The Nature Conservancy, Giulio was a partner at McKinsey and Company, where he founded the firm’s Global Water Resource initiative and was a leader of its Sustainability and Resource Productivity Practice.

He started his career as a scientist with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology focused on atmospheric and ocean sciences and climate dynamics. He has a master’s in physics from the Università degli Studi di Bologna, and master’s and doctorate degrees in atmospheric and oceanic sciences from Princeton University.

Tom  Butler

Tom Butler

CEO
International Council on Mining and Metals

Tom Butler became CEO of ICMM in July 2015. Before that, he spent 18 years with the International Finance Corporation (part of the World Bank Group) in the infrastructure and natural resource teams, with much of that time focused on mining and power projects in Africa. From 2011, Tom was IFC’s Global Head of Mining, where he led a multi-disciplinary team of specialists responsible for IFC’s financing of mining exploration and development in emerging market countries, all in accordance with IFC’s environmental and social Performance Standards.

Tom began his career as an officer in the British army. Prior to joining IFC, he was a project manager and engineer with oil and gas industry service companies Technip and Schlumberger. He holds an engineering degree from Cambridge University in the UK, and an MBA from INSEAD in France.

Pilita Clark

Pilita Clark

Columnist and Associate Editor
Financial Times

Pilita Clark is an Associate Editor and business columnist at the Financial Times. She writes a weekly column on modern corporate life, as well as features and other articles. She has worked for the FT since 2003, covering aviation and the environment, and was previously a Washington correspondent for Australian newspapers and a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.

Paul Simpson

Paul Simpson

CEO
CDP

Paul Simpson is the CEO and co-founder of CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project. Founded in 2000, CDP is a non-profit organization which created and operates the global disclosure platform for companies, cities, states and regions to measure, manage and share vital data on their environmental performance.

Mr Simpson sits on the board of We Mean Business, and is a council member of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and the Global Stranded Assets Advisory Council for the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford. Prior to CDP, he worked with Chesham Amalgamations & Investments Ltd, the International Society for Ecology & Culture and is a former director of the Social Venture Network. He was previously on the Board of EIRIS, a member of the Global Agenda Council on Measuring Sustainability at the World Economic Forum and a High Level Panel Member for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Policy Dialogue.

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Agenda - 17th Oct

  • 8:30am
    Registration and morning refreshments
  • 9:00am
    A Head of State is Invited to Open the FT/WWF 4th annual Water Summit
  • 9:20am
    Chair's Opening Remarks

    Pilita Clark, Associate Editor and Business Columnist, Financial Times 

  • 9:30am
    Invest in our water not just our ‘valuable’ resources

    In the light of increasing global water stress, what are the opportunities for the private sector to invest?

  • 9:50am
    Opening Panel: Investing in the world’s most undervalued resource

    Panel discussion on why companies and investors should see water as an investment opportunity, not just a cheap input.

    Tania Roediger-Vorwerk, Deputy Director-General, BMZ, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany
    Kees Kruthoff, President, Unilever Homecare
    Roberta Barbieri, VP, Global Water and Environmental Solutions, Office of Sustainability, PepsiCo 
    Jan Schuit, Head of Sectors, Wholesale Banking, ING 

    Moderated by Pilita Clark, Associate Editor and Business Columnist, Financial Times 

  • 10:30am
    Tea & Coffee Break
  • 10:45am
    Keynote Address

    Jean-François van Boxmeer, CEO, Heineken

  • 11:00am
    Keynote Address

    Tania Roediger-Vorwerk, Deputy Director-General, BMZ, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany

  • 11:15am
    Opening the floodgates: Innovative financial solutions for water secure future

    Panel discussion on what has held investors back and how to unblock the billions of dollars available for investment in water stewardship companies and sustainable water projects (investing in ‘champion’ companies, bankable projects, blue bonds, water stewardship funds).

    Monika Beck, CEO, DEG
    Margaret Kuhlow, Finance Practice Leader, WWF 
    Emilio Cattaneo, Executive Director at the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) 
    Sylvia Wisniwski, Managing Director, Finance in Motion 

  • 12:00pm
    Ministerial Address

    Minister of State Harriett Baldwin MP

  • 12:15pm
    Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures

    Waterproofing business as the climate changes: risks, regulation, and response.

    This high-level panel will address the increase in water-related risks, call for greater disclosure to help hedge risk and highlight the need to set targets as companies do with carbon. 

    Fiona Reynolds, CEO, UNPRI 
    Tom Butler, CEO, ICCM 
    Paul Simpson, CEO and co-founder, CDP

  • 12:50pm
    Circular Dialogues

    An off-stage opportunity for delegates to discuss and reflect on what they've heard during the morning sessions

  • 1:10pm
    Lunch
  • 2:10pm
    In-depth Interview: Our future is blue
  • 2:30pm
    Keynote Address

    Maurizio Paternello, CEO and Chairman, Nestle Waters

  • 2:50pm
    Spotlight on...
  • 3:00pm
    Keynote Address
  • 3:20pm
    Circular Dialogues

    An off-stage opportunity for delegates to discuss and reflect on what they’ve heard during the morning sessions

  • 3:35pm
    Tea & Coffee Break
  • 4:00pm
    Keynote Address

    Vivien McMenamin, CEO, Mondi South Africa

  • 4:25pm
    Watershed Moment: Roundtable discussions

    Shifts in corporate and investor attitudes to water is gathering momentum - and opportunities are increasing. In this session, our delegates join small break-out discussions for more in-depth conversations about the topics that matter most to them.

    Delegates choose one discussion to join. 

    Topic tables include:

    Innovative investments: Bankable projects, Blue Bonds & Water Stewardship Funds
    Investing in more sustainable projects and water stewardship is a win-win

    Hosted by Ambika Jindal, Vice President, Sustainable Finance, Wholesale Banking, ING Bank

    Assess, value and respond to corporate water risk
    Water Risk Filter is one-stop-shop for companies & investors to explore their water risk, estimate value and respond to operational and reputational risk

    New competitive edge: Creating shared value through collective action
    Tackling larger-scale shared water challenges that benefit both businesses and the communities and river basins they operate in. How companies can work together and with government bodies to improve water availability.

    Time for targets: ‘Context-based’ Water Targets and Metrics
    What is a context-based water target? How do you do it? What are the structural implications for sustainability reporting? And what role are context-based targets likely to have in how corporates address water.

  • 5:00pm
    Closing Address & Interview – The Water World We Want

    Why good investments now can reap returns and help ensure that predictions of worsening water stress, scarcity and pollution 2040 are not realised – benefiting companies, communities and countries.

  • 5:30pm
    Chair’s closing remarks

    Pilita Clark, Associate Editor and Business Columnist, Financial Times 

Who is the FT Water Summit for?

The summit is designed for an international audience of company CEOs and CFOs as well as investors from private and public financial institutions. It will also be of interest to development finance institutions, governments and policy-makers, particularly ministries responsible for economic planning, infrastructure, and water resource management.

Job titles include:

CEOs / CFOs / Chief Sustainability Officer / Head of Water / Head of Business Development / Head of Investor Relations 

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Benefits of Attending FT Water Summit in 2018

  • Hear from corporates and financiers involved in vangard bankable water projects that are generating returns and improving river basin health
  • Understand what investors really want to know about your water strategy
  • Find out how climate disclosure can help investors hedge against water risk 
  • Be inspired by some of the most passionate people making a difference in the world of water
  • Benchmark your water strategy with peers across industry verticals and discover new, effective and high-impact practices
  • Collect actionable techniques and insights from companies leading the way in water productivity to share with your team and across your organisation
  • Benefit from a highly immersive format that facilitates reflection on what's been said with speakers, journalists and peers
  • Discover what large corporates are doing to address water risk and challenges in their supply chains and in the river basins where they operate
  • Learn about cutting-edge tools, like the upgraded Water Risk Filter, and innovative financial solutions that are helping to turn risk into opportunity
  • Hear and discuss cutting edge views on water, finance and business
  • Get solutions-orientated views from government, industry, service providers and NGOs

We will also highlight implementation obstacles, hurdles and pitfalls, with particular attention paid to what didn't work - so that you won't have to repeat the same mistakes
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Fees

Ticket

Fees

Standard Summit Ticket

£995

 

 

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Venue

Marriott Grosvenor Square
Grosvenor Square
(Entrance on Duke Street)
London W1K 6JP

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7499 6363

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The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. In 2016 the FT passed a significant milestone in its digital transformation as digital and services revenues overtook print revenues for the first time. The FT has a combined paid print and digital circulation of more than 910,000 and makes 60% of revenues from its journalism.

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WWF is one of the world’s largest and most respected independent conservation organizations, with over 5 million supporters and a global network active in over 100 countries. WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of the Earth's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. Along with conservation projects in river basins across the world, WWF is working to redirect global financial flows into sustainable water projects by providing a variety of innovative financial solutions, and transform corporate water management by promoting water stewardship, use of the Water Risk Filter by companies and investors, and expanded collective action. For more information, panda.org/freshwater

Corporate Partners (3)

Anheuser-Busch InBev is a publicly traded company (Euronext: ABI) based in Leuven, Belgium, with secondary listings on the Mexico (MEXBOL: ANB) and South Africa (JSE: ANH) stock exchanges and with American Depositary Receipts on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: BUD). Our Dream is to bring people together for a better world. Beer, the original social network, has been bringing people together for thousands of years. We are committed to building great brands that stand the test of time and to brewing the best beers using the finest natural ingredients. Our diverse portfolio of well over 500 beer brands includes global brands Budweiser®, Corona® and Stella Artois®; multi-country brands Beck’s®, Castle®, Castle Lite®, Hoegaarden® and Leffe®; and local champions such as Aguila®, Antarctica®, Bud Light®, Brahma®, Cass®, Chernigivske®, Cristal®, Harbin®, Jupiler®, Klinskoye®, Michelob Ultra®, Modelo Especial®, Quilmes®, Victoria®, Sedrin®, Sibirskaya Korona® and Skol®. Our brewing heritage dates back more than 600 years, spanning continents and generations. From our European roots at the Den Hoorn brewery in Leuven, Belgium. To the pioneering spirit of the Anheuser & Co brewery in St. Louis, US. To the creation of the Castle Brewery in South Africa during the Johannesburg gold rush. To Bohemia, the first brewery in Brazil. Geographically diversified with a balanced exposure to developed and developing markets, we leverage the collective strengths of nearly 200,000 employees based in more than 50 countries worldwide. For 2017, AB InBev’s reported revenue was 56.4 billion USD (excluding JVs and associates).

ING is a global financial institution with a strong European base, offering banking services through its operating company ING Bank. The purpose of ING Bank is empowering people to stay a step ahead in life and in business. ING Bank’s more than 51,000 employees offer retail and wholesale banking services to customers in over 40 countries.

ING Group shares are listed on the exchanges of Amsterdam (INGA AS, INGA.AS), Brussels and on the New York Stock Exchange (ADRs: ING US, ING.N).

Sustainability forms an integral part of ING’s strategy, evidenced by ING’s ranking as a leader in the banks industry group by Sustainalytics. ING Group shares are included in the FTSE4Good index and in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (Europe and World), where ING is also among the leaders in the banks industry group.

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Global Water Intelligence publishes newsletters and reports providing analysis and strategic data on the international water market. Its flagship publication, the monthly industry journal Global Water Intelligence (GWI), has established itself as the market- leading publication for developers, suppliers, financiers, governments, utilities and municipalities seeking information and analysis on water projects with an element of private sector participation.

You can sign-up for a free trial of Global Water Intelligence, Water Desalination Report (www.waterdesalreport.com) or DesalData (www.desaldata.com) and read executive summaries of our latest reports.

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