LIBF and Zinc Media team up to highlight the role of finance in reaching NetZero by 2050

03 March, 2021

The London Institute of Banking & Finance (LIBF) has partnered with Zinc Media to explore the role of the finance sector in reaching NetZero by 2050. The films will highlight the power of financial services to drive and enable change. 

Green shoot growing out of moneyInvestment in sustainable and green initiatives has never been more important or more closely watched.

  • Which organisations are taking a lead?
  • Where are they investing?
  • And what is the opportunity for the short, medium and long term?

In this partnership with Zinc Media we tell the stories of the financial firms that are leading the way.

Zinc Media are a critically acclaimed, award winning, content creation business. They are specialists in factual storytelling and are regularly commissioned to produce content on behalf of Panorama and Dispatches.  

LIBF is a professional body, incorporated by Royal Charter. We’ve been providing professional qualifications for those working in the finance sector for over 140 years. Tens of thousands of people around the world study our qualifications – in retail, business and commercial banking, investment and regulated advice – every year. 

LIBF is also the only professional body with taught degree awarding powers. We provide undergraduate and postgraduate degrees for students aiming to pursue a career in banking and finance, and work with major employers in the sector to provide degree and higher level apprenticeships. As the awarding body for personal finance qualifications at GCSE and A'Level, we also help thousands of young people to vital money management skills every year. 

As well as promoting lifelong learning, we exist to promote the role of the finance sector and its positive impacts on society – both in the UK and globally. Sustainability is at the top of our agenda. 

To discuss this exciting opportunity in more detail, please contact Adam Harrod, Director of Business Programming ( or David McDowell, Director of Partnerships (