António Nunes de Sousa elected ASECAP President for 2022

Brussels, Belgium – December 16TH 2021

ASECAP, the European Association of Operators of Toll Road Infrastructures is pleased to announce that António Nunes de Sousa, President of APCAP, the Portuguese Association of Toll Highways Concessionaires has been elected as ASECAP President for the year 2022 during the General Assembly which took place on December 14th.

“I’m delighted to congratulate António Nunes de Sousa on taking the helm as President of ASECAP for 2022. António’ skills and expertise will bring great value to ASECAP and the toll road infrastructure companies” said ASECAP Secretary General and CEO Malika Seddi.

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Background

Since 2015, the European institutions have been committed to encouraging sustainable investments and redirecting financial flows to "make them consistent with a pathway to low greenhouse gas emission and climate change resilient development" (Paris Agreement, Article 2.1.c). At the end of 2016, the European Commission appointed the High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance with a mandate to recommend financial reforms on which to base the EU strategy on sustainable finance. The group, composed of members and observers from banking, insurance, asset management, stock exchanges, financial industry associations, international institutions and civil society began work in January 2017 and delivered their final report in January 2018. The report includes eight key recommendations and several cross-cutting and sector- specific recommendations to align the financial system with sustainability goals.

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