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10 recommendations for using fintech to help solve sustainability challenges in new report from CISL
November 2017 –The Fintech Taskforce, convened by CISL’s Banking Environment Initiative, today presents its recommendations on how to design collaboration between multinationals, financial institutions and starts-ups to help solve critical global challenges.
Located in Business Action / / Banking Environment Initiative / News
2017 Set to Be Among the Most Expensive on Record After Year of Climate Disasters, Insurance Leaders Warn
21 November 2017 – A climate risk protection gap of US$1.7 trillion caused by extreme weather over the past decade opens up many new opportunities for insurers, says ClimateWise.
Located in Business Action / / ClimateWise (Insurance) / News
A growing interest from the investment community on ways to measure impacts at the launch event of the Investment Impact Framework
08 February 2019 – The launch event of the Investment Impact Framework brought together over 120 asset managers and asset owners, academics, sustainability experts, alongside EU Commission officials, to discuss the opportunities, challenges and next steps to measure investment impacts.
Located in Business Action / / Investment Leaders Group / News and blog
A landmark report supported by CISL assesses the financial impact of disruptive energy transition
11 October 2018 – On Monday, De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) launched an energy transition risk stress test for the financial system of the Netherlands. The study, supported by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership's Centre for Sustainable Finance, provides a first attempt at assessing potential financial stability impact of a disruptive energy transition.
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Aon is the 10th member to join the Investment Leaders Group
30 November 2017 – The Investment Leaders Group is delighted to announce Aon as the latest member to join its global network of pension funds, insurers and asset managers committed to advancing the practice of responsible investment.
Located in Business Action / / Investment Leaders Group / News and blog
Bank 2030 Project: Research participation opportunity
25 April 2019 – Would you like to participate in a research project on the role of banks in financing the low carbon economy? Researchers at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) are looking for participants for this new study.
Located in Business Action / / Banking Environment Initiative / News
Banking Environment Initiative leads discussion on sustainable trade finance with banking industry in Jakarta, Indonesia
22 July 2016 – The Banking Environment Initiative (BEI), the banking leadership group that CISL convenes, was invited by the global banking industry’s transaction banking association, BAFT, to lead discussions on sustainable trade finance at its Indonesia Trade Finance Workshop in Jakarta today.
Located in Business Action / / Banking Environment Initiative / News
Banking Environment Initiative welcomes HSBC
8 June 2017 – The Banking Environment Initiative (BEI) welcomes its newest member, HSBC, to its membership of 12 global banks working to lead the banking industry in directing capital towards socially and environmentally sustainable economic development.
Located in Business Action / / Banking Environment Initiative / News
Better measures needed to help savers choose investment products, new report finds
January 31 2019 – The Investment Leaders Group found that the data necessary to assess the social and environmental impact of funds is lacking.
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Blue chips and startups launch new fintech pilot for more sustainable supply chains at the One Planet Summit
12 December 2017 – Six international companies and banks and four fintech startups today announced a pioneering new initiative that will test whether blockchain and other technologies can help unlock financial incentives that reward sustainability in supply chains.
Located in Business Action / / Banking Environment Initiative / News