Replay: Is Carbon Poised for a Breakout Year in 2023?

Thursday, February 16, 2023
11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

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Is Carbon Poised for a Breakout Year in 2023?
Thursday, February 16, 2023
11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

Is carbon poised for a breakout year now that we are seeing shrinking geopolitical risks and strengthened policy reform? Can you afford not to have carbon allowance exposure in your portfolio?

Currently, there are three major trends shaping carbon markets: 1) Increased emissions targets globally, 2) An accelerated push for greater energy security and move away from traditional fuels, 3) Portfolios have become increasingly more exposed to the price of carbon but allocating to allowance markets may serve as a hedge against this climate transition risk.

In this webinar, Luke Oliver, KraneShares Head of Climate Investments, and Eron Bloomgarden, Partner at Climate Finance Partners (CLIFI), will provide everything they believe investors need to invest with confidence in the global carbon markets. They'll provide a recap of recent developments and top performance drivers in 2023 for each key carbon market covered by the KraneShares Global Carbon Strategy ETF (KRBN).

In the webinar, we will cover:

  • Deep dive on European & North American carbon market policy updates
  • Outlook for the coming months
  • Comprehensive Q&A

Investors can submit questions ahead of time to [email protected].

1 CFP / CIMA Credit Available. Email: [email protected] for credit.

For fund standard performance, top 10 holdings, risks, and other information, please click on the following links: KRBNKEUAKCCAKSETKMET.

This material contains Luke Oliver and Eron Bloomgarden’s opinion, and it should not be regarded as investment advice or a recommendation of specific securities. Holdings are subject to change. Securities mentioned do not make up the entire portfolio and, in the aggregate, may represent a small percentage of the fund.