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Mrs. Ophélie Mortier, Responsible Investment Strategist at DPAM, wrapped up the conference with some concluding remarks. Firstly, she pointed out the need for experts, i.e. academics and companies, to facilitate the transition towards a low-carbon economy. ‘It is not yet too late, but we need to act urgently’. Secondly, Mrs. Mortier restated Mr. Boileau’s view on the importance of education. ‘knowledge sharing remains key in our efforts to green the financial system’. Her final remarks perfectly encapsulated the general sentiment: ‘climate change is a systemic risk and it is part of our fiduciary duty, as responsible investors, to integrate it in our investment decision processes. But it is not only about risks, as the transition poses huge (investment) opportunities which we should fully seize’.