Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre
A unique initiative by the Government of Sweden, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE)
About the centre
The Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre aims to accelerate and promote the shift in capital investments required to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and global climate targets.
The Centre is a unique collaboration between Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). This brings together a leading research university in financial markets and economics, and a highly ranked institute working on environmental impact and broader sustainable development issues.
SSFC collaborates with the SSE on training programs in sustainable finance and on specific research projects. SSFC is hosted by SEI and the core of the SSFC’s research and engagement work is done by SEI.
SSFC delivers sustainability and sustainable finance expertise, practice driven research, education, and policy engagement on sustainability, economics, and finance.
What we do
Our mission is to help accelerate the allocation of capital to truly sustainable economic activities required to deliver the SDGs and global climate targets. We do so by conducting solutions-oriented research that critically examines the financial landscape and provides expertise on the key sustainability transitions our economies must undertake.
We build capacity through training and engagement. We have a special focus on advancing the sustainability agenda for developing countries. We engage with relevant change agents to provide sustainability expertise to the financial sector and guidance to policymakers on policies needed for this transition.
In today’s rapidly changing world SSFC conducts solutions-oriented research linking science, policy and practice
We focus on capacity building with tailored programs to help financial actors become future leaders in sustainable finance
We engage with relevant change agents to provide sustainability expertise to the financial sector and guidance to policymakers