The role of banking in transitioning to a sustainable economy

  1. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) advisory: Global banks are working with their clients to create “decarbonisation pathways” for transition towards a low-carbon business model. These pathways will primarily be for banks’ clients operating in sectors that have historically been high emitters.
  1. A common taxonomy
  2. Uniform ESG reporting and disclosure standards
  3. Consistent and measurable data
  4. Standard and integrated criteria for assessing ESG risks and scores

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