Japan is the leader in Asia, and among the top 25 worldwide, in implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The path to sustainable growth has not been easy, as the country’s rapid modernisation in the past century led to dramatic environmental, social and governance (ESG) challenges. But since then, Japan’s government has formulated strategies to promote critical ESG development — especially in healthcare, disaster risk reduction, energy efficiency, gender equality and air pollution. Truly integrating sustainability into Japan’s business and society, however, requires a holistic approach among policy-makers, companies, non-governmental organisations, financiers and multilateral agencies.

The FT’s Moral Money Summit Japan, co-hosted by Nikkei Inc, will bring together business and government leaders, investors, financiers, policy-makers and experts for a wide range of discussions on ESG integration and sustainability financing in Japan. The day’s programme will feature thought-provoking interviews and dynamic discussions to address the important question: How can Japan create sustainable strategies for the future?

Digital Passes are also available for those who can’t attend in person. As part of the GBBC Digital Finance community, you can save 20% off your pass with discount code IBCSD:


08 Feb 2024


8:00 am - 6:00 pm


In-Person & Digital | Hilton Tokyo