The Banking Scene Afterwork

Banking for Good: Green mortgages for sustainable living

Banking for Good: Green mortgages for sustainable living

Our special guest for this session is Elisabeth Minjauw, President European Mortgage Federation and Programme Director Sustainability and Compliant Credits, BNP Paribas Fortis.

Sustainability is high on every bank's agenda today. With mortgages, retail banks have essential leverage to stimulate people and society to more sustainable living. On June 10, we will investigate the changes that mortgages are currently undergoing, influenced by new regulations and changed customer expectations.

That's why BNP Paribas Fortis is the first Belgian bank to collaborate with the independent foundation Energy Efficient Mortgage Label, which validates the ecological goal of the green home mortgages they offer, at a favourable rate too.

As the representative of BNP Paribas Fortis, but also Febelfin and the European Mortgage Federation, Elisabeth was closely involved in the creation of this label.


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As the Programme Director Sustainability and Compliant Credits, Elisabeth Minjauw is a manager in the Retail & Private Banking arm of BNP Paribas Fortis with responsibility for the implementation of all legal mandatory requirements in the bank’s Credit Department.

She also serves as the Vice-President of the Financial & Economic Affairs Commission of the Belgian Banking Association (Febelfin), which she represents vis-à-vis the European Mortgage Federation (EMF). Prior to her work in the banking sector, Elisabeth worked in the automobile and energy supply industries. Elisabeth’s current mandate as EMF Chairwoman is due to end on 31 December 2022.