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Manpreet Singh

Manpreet Singh

Partner, Climate Change, Sustainability & CSR Services Global Leader, Green and Social Bonds

KPMG in India

Manpreet, a Partner with KPMG in India, has over 15 years of extensive experience in Asia and Africa in the fields of climate change and sustainability. He is leading KPMG in India’s efforts in the climate change space spearheading efforts in raising awareness and providing solutions to a variety of players covering India’s corporate sector, government players, international Bii/multi-lateral organisations, etc. He is also KPMG’s Global Lead on Green and Social Bonds and has assisted several organizations in raising sustainable finance. He is also a part of the roster of experts on climate change for UNDP and has worked in many developing countries on their developmental agenda. He is also a key member of the Working Group to analyse private sector role in future carbon market under Paris Agreement Regime (Article 6) set up by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India.

Areas of Expertise: Decarbonization, Climate Risk & strategy, Sustainable Finance, ESG Strategy, CSR, Clean Technologies, Impact Investing and Evaluation

Areas of expertise
Strategy Sustainability
Education and qualifications
  • Master’s in Environmental Studies, TERISAS

  • Bachelor’s in Science (Honors), Sri Venkateshwara College, University of Delhi - India

Accreditation
  • GRI certified

  • Certification course on Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change from CSE

  • Advanced training on water management, conservation and stewardship from Alliance for Water Stewardship, UK.

Professional Associations
  • Member of FICCI task force on ESG

  • Member, Strategic Academic Advisory Board (SAAB) of the Xavier School of Sustainability

  • Member of World Resources Institute’s Technical Working Group and Energy Supply Sector Working Group

  • Member of the Working Group to analyse private sector role in future carbon market under Paris Agreement Regime (Article 6), Ministry of Environment & Forests