The certification is divided into two stages, the first for obtaining "basic abilities" and the second for "advanced abilities" in sustainable finance.
The paper outlines investor perspectives on the importance and complexity of investee companies’ emissions in the context of achieving net zero portfolios.
The scheme will provide early-stage funding for pre-commercialised green fintech companies, said Hong Kong official Salina Yan.
The revamped CCER scheme, which was initially launched in 2012 but then shelved in 2017, allows any enterprise to purchase carbon credits.
The Singapore Sustainable Finance Association aims to support the low-carbon transition and sustainable economic growth in the APAC region.
BIS is ensuring “technology serves economically meaningful activities” as it advances its CBDC project and initiates a blockchain-based tokenisation project.
The SFC will explore potential connect initiatives with other markets, embrace tokenisation of traditional products, and introduce AI in its workflows.
ADB’s Warren Evans emphasises multilateral development banks can't finance climate action alone, urging the private sector to provide bulk of funding.
The reporting guide shows how to report Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 GHG emissions using both the GRI and ISSB standards.
Paper finds that funds with high climate risk exposure can face larger redemption pressures which can translate into financial stability risks.
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