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Solving challenges in partnership to bank beyond deforestation
12 January 2021 – The transition to a net zero, nature-positive world requires focused collaboration between business, government and finance institutions, writes Simon Connell, Head of Sustainability Strategy, Standard Chartered and Chair of the BEI.
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China looks to green its import of agricultural commodities
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China prominent in global gear shift on how ‘environmental risk’ is incorporated into financing decisions
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Enter the Bank of England, stage left
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Why it's time for banks to take a fresh look at fintechs
14 November 2017 – Andrew Voysey, Director of Sustainable Finance at CISL discusses why it's time for banks to take a fresh look at fintechs.
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Finance’s shifting focus from risks to solutions
26 February 2019 – Kajetan Czyz, Programme Director, Sustainable Finance, reflects on four decades of progress in the field of sustainable finance, which is entering a new phase of maturity. He describes CISL’s recent work in developing practical solutions for investors, banks and insurance companies to proactively encourage, create and exploit the opportunities inherent in the shift towards a sustainable economy.
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Reshaping the bank-client relationship to accelerate the transition to a net zero economy
5 May 2021 – Banks will play a central role in supporting clients on their net zero transition journey. CISL’s latest guide is a practical resource designed to activate bank-client dialogue on climate change, writes Peter Kanning, Global Head of Business Development, Sustainable Finance, HSBC.
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