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Institutional investors are spending an average of $1.3m annually to collect, analyse and report climate data to inform their investment decisions, according to a study from ERM.
UK-based green neobank Tred has reached the £600,000 target for its crowdfunding campaign, with 28 days still left on the sale.
A partnership between wealth manager Artorius and sustainable FinTech Sugi will look to provide personalised information about the climate impact of investments.
FinTech startup Sugi has launched a new feature that allows its users to offset the carbon impact of their investments.
MioTech, an AI-powered sustainability data and solution developer, has closed its Series B+ round, which will help it increase product development efforts.
FutureProof, which helps financial services companies assess climate change risk, has secured $3m in funding
As dangers associated with climate change continue to become more inescapable in the lives of companies and individuals alike, the importance and need for ESG – Environmental, Social and Governance – in the financial sector is growing stronger. Is it time for globally mandated ESG reporting in the financial sector?
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) is apparently planning to speed up proposals to require financial organisations to disclose their climate change-related financial risks.
The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) has revealed it will begin quarterly assessments of the green finance performance of 24 major Chinese banks starting 1 July this year.
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