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Open banking platform Tink has partnered with Green FinTech Cogo to provide NatWest customers with personalised carbon footprint tracking services.
The Philippines has launched its inaugural Sustainable Finance Framework in order to support its sustainability commitments.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) will develop a green sustainable finance module for banking practitioners following recommendations from Hong Kong’s Green and Sustainable Finance Cross-Agency Steering Group.
The chairman of Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has revealed the regulator is looking to adopt global ESG standards to prevent cases of greenwashing.
The government of Hong Kong has revealed it has raised $3bn through the sale of green bonds denominated in US dollars and Euros.
The European Commission and China have completed the initial phase of a project to create a common taxonomy for sustainable finance.
Virgin Money has introduced a new app focused on providing an assessment of a companies’ ESG impacts by measuring, tracking and offering guidance.
The US and Singaporean governments have entered into a new cooperation agreement to partner in the key areas of cybersecurity, the economy and the climate.
A financial group has called for the adoption of impact-reporting standards that account for social and environmental factors to speed up a sustainable transition for banks.
A report by a panel set up by Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) has provided recommendations on how to promote sustainable finance in the country.
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