Finance for Resilience podcast: Demystifying adaptation finance

Finance for Resilience podcast: Demystifying adaptation finance

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Author: CDKN Global
Type: Podcasts
Country: Africa

CDKN's second episode of the Finance for Resilience podcast series unpacks the topic of adaptation finance. 

CDKN's climate finance lead, Kamleshan Pillay, is joined by distinguished guests Malango Mughogho and Kathryn Bakos. Kathryn Bakos is the Director of Climate Finance and Science at the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo in Canada and Malango Mughogho is the Director of ZeniZeni Sustainable Finance based in South Africa. Listen in as they share some of their insights and experiences from their work, including challenges, solutions, as well as important lessons that are being learned in the process.

Listen to Episode 2: Demystifying adaptation finance below or on Spotify, Google or Apple iTunes. Read the transcript here.  

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About the guests

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Kathryn Bakos
Photo: Kathryn Bakos

Katheryn Bakos is the Director of Climate Finance and Science at the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation. Kathryn assesses the impact of climate change on specific industry sectors and the broader capital markets. She provides guidance to investment professionals on how to integrate climate change and extreme weather risks into forward-looking portfolio analysis to minimise risk and exposure.

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Malango Mughogho
Photo: Malango Mughogho

Malango Mughogho is the Managing Director of ZeniZeni Sustainable Finance Limited and has over 20 years experience in banking and development finance.  ZeniZeni aims to help solve the critical sustainability issues facing players in the finance and financing sectors in a wide range of development contexts.

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