FC4S MEMBERS

Financial centre entities differ in terms of institutional structures and mandates – stemming from the types of institutions present, market size, and level of internationalization of capital flows.

As their core functions relate to market development and national, regional, or international promotion, many are structured as public-private agencies or market associations. Certain financial centre entities have regulatory and supervisory functions for the local market, while others may be linked to municipal government.

As the FC4S membership grows, their institutional models show greater diversity. In the 2019 survey, 42% of respondent entities were public-private partnerships, with increases in the number of municipally-linked entities.

Abidjan

Abidjan International Finance Center

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM)

Astana

Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC)

Auckland

Centre for Sustainable Finance Toitū Tahua

Barcelona

Barcelona Centre Financer Europeu – BCFE

Beijing

Institute of Finance and Sustainability (IFS)

Busan

Busan Finance Centre (BFC)

Cairo

Financial Regulatory Authority (FRA)

Casablanca

Casablanca Finance City (CFC)

Canberra

Australian Sustainable Finance Institute

Dublin

ISFCOE – International Sustainable Finance Centre of Excellence

Edinburgh

Global Ethical Finance Initiative (GEFI)

Frankfurt

Green and Sustainable Finance Cluster Germany e.V

Geneva

SFG – Sustainable Finance Geneva

Glasgow

Global Ethical Finance Initiative (GEFI)

Guernsey

Guernsey Finance

Gujarat

International Financial Services Centres Authority

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Green Finance Association (HKGFA)

Jersey

Jersey Finance

Kuala Lumpur

Capital Markets Malaysia (CMM)

Lagos

The Financial Centre for Sustainability Lagos

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein Bankers Association

Lisbon

Lisbon Grupo de Reflexão para o Financiamento Sustentável (GRFS)

London

City of London Corporation

Luxembourg

Luxembourg Sustainable Finance Initiative

Madrid

The Center for Responsible and Sustainable Finance (Finresp) in Spain

Mexico City

Mexican Council of Sustainable Finance

Milan

National Network For Global Sustainable Finance

Mongolia

Mongolian Sustainable Finance Association

Montreal

Finance Montréal

Nairobi

Nairobi International Financial Centre

New York

U.S. Alliance for Sustainable Finance

Paris

Finance for Tomorrow

Rio de Janeiro

Financial Innovation Laboratory

Rwanda

Kigali International Financial Centre

Seoul

Seoul Metropolitan Government

Shanghai

Lujiazui Financial City

Shenzhen

Shenzhen Green Finance Committee

Stockholm

Stockholm Green Fintech

Stuttgart

Stuttgart Financial

Tokyo

FinCity.Tokyo

Zurich

Swiss Sustainable Finance