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SSFC is engaging with private and public stakeholders in Sweden with the aim of collaborating on innovative sustainable finance solutions. By working closely with international financial institutions we hope to promote, realize and scale up these innovations. Sweden has set up a test bed for accelerating green finance and investments through fintech innovations. Sweden is in a unique position, as it combines green finance leadership with a high concentration of fintech innovators.

In the last few years we have seen an unprecedented momentum mobilizing capital to deliver on the SDGs and Paris Agreement. Yet, persistent barriers prevail for momentum to turn into transformation. We need new and creative solutions to support the acceleration of sustainable finance and investments.


Stockholm Green Digital Finance is a collaborating partner to the Centre that aims to 'provide a tangible push to sustainable finance by leveraging Swedish leadership, enabling partnerships and ultimately achieving impact'. The collaboration spurs from the shared values and mission of the two initiatives: to scale up sustainable capital and explore solutions for getting capital to where it is most needed for successful delivery of the Sustainable Agenda.


Stockholm Green Digital Finance supports the Centre’s activities especially in the area of financial innovations, including financial technology solutions. One such activity is the Green Assets Wallet Innovation Project (co-developed and funded by Emerging Markets Dialogue of Finance by the German GIZ) that aims at scaling the green debt market with a special focus on new entrants in emerging and developing markets. The innovation project brings together a multi-disciplinary consortium (banks, blockchain engineers, researchers) who co-create an entirely new blockchain based technology for bridging investors and green projects.

We are also engaged in the broader financing for development and blended finance debate, focusing on strategies to crowd in institutional investments for development and, conversely, to develop sustainable instruments for institutional investors. Early efforts include initiatives related to blue finance and balance sheet securitization through multilateral development banks.  


Responsible Innovation and Technology Program at Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre & Executive Director at Stockholm Green Digital Finance
Cecilia Repinski


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