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Financial news from Sharm el-Sheikh: Nigeria adopts IFRS standards; NZBA publishes first progress report on decarbonisation targets.
Investors face 50-60 percent loss under business-as-usual climate scenario, as UK actuarial body warns world is heading towards a “ruin scenario”.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: InfluenceMap ranks 'obstructive' firms; ECB says climate work 'crucial' for pricing stability.
Move comes as investors layout expectations for corporates in deforestation engagement initiative.
Academics say it could have implications for proxy voting process at institutional managers.
ESG data arm Sustainalytics will also cease using the terms ‘Occupied Palestinian Territory’ and ‘occupied territory’ as part of shake up.
It comes as NGOs are 'extremely concerned' over change to GFANZ target setting requirements.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Kentucky officers warn against ESG investment practices; UOB commits to net zero
European banking watchdog calls for extension of time horizon for assessing investment companies to 'at least 10 years', ESMA adopts ESG disclosures as supervisory priority.
The body’s scenarios are seen as potential global blueprints to meet climate goals under the Paris agreement.
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