This week, it wasn’t only governments giving mixed signals on climate policy.
As Hong Kong corporates become more international in profile and investor base, HKEX Head of Listings Bonnie Chan says their board diversity should reflect long-term business needs and goals.
Tim Mohin, chief sustainability officer at Persefoni, explains why investors and issuers should expect the Securities and Exchange Commission to act decisively.
Justified or not, scepticism of ESG-related claims is not going away.
Lihuan Zhou, Associate at the World Resources Institute’s Sustainable Finance Center, identifies six climate actions for the private sector.
Regulatory and market drivers are positioning Europe for sustainability, says Jamie Ross, Fund Manager of Henderson EuroTrust.
FIM Partners Fund Manager Matthew Vogel highlights the importance of integrating ESG into sovereign risk analyses, especially in emerging markets.
‘Biodiversity COP’ delay confirmed, as firms advised to “understand their dependency on and impact on nature”.
Celene Lee, Investment Principal at Buck, says UK pension scheme trustees should treat new climate disclosure rules as the start of a large-scale and ongoing transformation.
Vanessa Calvache, Policy Advocate at ShareAction, calls for a more coordinated and ambitious approach to financial regulation of social factors.
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