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Companies with more senior women have better overall gender representation; IFC subscribes $200 million to Itaú Unibanco's gender bond.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Australian treasurer calls for more green finance; Luxembourg regulator requests SFDR disclosures.
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Regulatory filings suggest a blockbuster year for ESG rule-making in the US, including action on social issues.
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Climate Change Committee says progress has been made, but highlights need for regulatory tightening and ongoing data challenges.
Auditors are expected to play a key role in ensuring the integrity of ESG and climate reporting.
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Passive funds, mainly tracking PABs and CTBs, accounted for a disproportionate amount of those that dropped the Article 9 classification.
New for 2023 are indicators solely focused on human rights, as well as greater alignment with TCFD and net-zero initiatives.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Renewables account for just 7% of banks' energy financing, study finds; ESMA calls for feedback on ESG terms proposal.
ESG investors previously axed SBI green bonds over links to a controversial coal mine.
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Bottom-up carbon accounting won't produce the change we need, argues Simon Glynn of Zero Ideas.

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