Janet Yellen is calling for a global minimum corporate tax rate. France, Germany, Japan and the European Commission are backing the proposal.
Climate risks may be under-estimated due to lack of internal scenario analysis by financial institutions, warn central banks.
Investor initiative identifies room for improvement as global corporates failed to log consistent performance across nine key indicators.
Non-profit calls for accelerated exit from fossil fuels as asset manager highlights nature-related risks.
Corporates not providing comprehensive human rights disclosures less likely to be protecting workers.
Ariel Pinchot, Sustainable Finance Associate at the World Resources Institute’s Finance Center, suggests remedies for gaps in physical climate risk assessments.
The average supply chain remains opaque to investors; experts call for standardisation.
Fewer mandatory principle adverse impacts allow firms to tailor SFDR disclosures; insufficient ESG data remains a problem.
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Two-thirds of world’s largest companies also providing incomplete Scope 1 and 2 data.
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