ESG & Sustainable Finance
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations have come to prominence in recent years, and there has been a strong movement towards increasing and standardising ESG disclosures by companies. A number of key factors have driven the rise in the importance of ESG, both from a financial services perspective and across the wider economy. First, public concern for the environment and social equity has grown. Second, financial institutions have come to better understand the risks to investments associated with ESG issues.
While much of the policy momentum has focused on the “E” in ESG, topics such as diversity and inclusion, and firm culture, are starting to gain more prominence.
Addressing the Evolving Landscape of ESG
ESG Disclosure Landscape for Banks and Capital Markets in Europe
Governance, Conduct and Compliance in the Transition to Sustainable Finance
Roadmap to Managing the Transition to Sustainable Finance – Key Principles
Practical resource supports firms as they navigate a transition to sustainable finance.