Posted by Bryony Widdup, Mark Dwyer and Tony Katz on 15 June 2022
Tagged to Banking, Climate Finance, ESG, Sustainable Finance

As ESG issues rise up the agenda for Financial Services institutions, 86% of senior bankers say their firm is planning to invest in the improvement of climate-related financial disclosure in 2022. But what steps will firms need to take to ensure this becomes a reality?

The report looks into the key issues relating to climate-related financial disclosure and ESG investing, revealing that nine in ten senior bankers agree that improving related reporting practices would have a substantive impact on global efforts to reduce climate change.

We polled 700 senior decisions makers within banks across the UK, France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands about their plans for improving disclosures in 2022 and beyond, the challenges they face in getting to where they need to be, and whether or not climate-related issues hold priority within their businesses.

Click here to access the report.

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