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Sofie talking on SDG goal 16

Sofie was asked by the Danish Trade Council to talk through Sustainable Development (SDG) Goal 16 “Peace, justice and strong institutions” and how our work at hiveonline is supporting this goal. You can read more about the SDGs that we are working on here.
Announcement! Sofie now leading the Climate Chain Coalition SDG and natural capital sub-team 1

Announcement! Sofie now leading the Climate Chain Coalition SDG and natural capital sub-team

Massamba Thioye, leading UN Climate Change’s work exploring DLT and blockchain, has said “The UN Climate Change secretariat recognizes the potential of blockchain technology to contribute to enhanced climate action and sustainability,” Following the announcement of the Climate Chain Coalition in January of this year, it has been announced that… Read More »Announcement! Sofie now leading the Climate Chain Coalition SDG and natural capital sub-team

New whitepaper on hiveonline’s microfinance solution

We’re working on several projects for developing economies in the background, and a theme that’s emerging is the need for automation, auditing and removing friction from microfinance solutions.  With Microfinance Institutions providing loans to one of every ten people on the planet, and charging an average 40% interest, they’re both… Read More »New whitepaper on hiveonline’s microfinance solution

Refining our plan

Thanks to our investment last year, we’re now a growing team, and the New Year was a perfect opportunity for us to bring representatives from all our teams together in Copenhagen for an intensive four-day workshop to progress our strategy and finalise our development plans towards the mid-year product launch.… Read More »Refining our plan

hiveonline at the G7 in Venice

Sofie Blakstad at the G7 VeniceSofie Blakstad at the G7 Venice

hiveonline is proud to have been asked to support the UN Environment Programme Inquiry into Design of a Sustainable Financial System, recently accompanying them to the G7 Green Finance for SME policy making meeting in Venice. Six of the G7 governments (all except USA) were represented, with a combination of Environment and Financial departments sending delegates.

Following an opening speech by the State Secretary for the Ministry of the Environment, Ms Barbara Degani, Advantage Financial presented their views on the future, with Fintech and future finance driving the agenda but also highlighted the shortage of equity capital available for research and investment. UNEP Inquiry paper co-author Nick Robins presented a summary of the findings, followed by analytical observations by PwC, which centred on the gap between the report’s ambitions and the backing of banks and nations to mobilise practical steps.

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