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Law professor and retired diplomat appointed by Morningstar after controversy over alleged anti-Israel bias.
Asset owners push case for impact, as HSBC bank’s pension fund warns of ‘disrepute’ without greater connectivity between sustainability standards and financial reporting ones.
As consultation on standard-setters next project closes, leading stakeholders diverge on urgency of addressing biodiversity and social issues.
The Taskforce on Inequality and Social-related Financial Disclosures (TISFD) is set to launch in the first half of 2024.
Ukraine war destroyed buildings
In light of reports on links to Russian weapons systems investors have been engaging firms on know-your-customer and human rights due diligence processes.
New York State Comptroller writes to entertainment giants, including Apple, Disney and Paramount, urging fair and quick resolution to industrial action.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Ceres, ICCR urge manufacturers to oppose SEC lawsuit; HKMA launches competency framework on sustainable finance.
After European Commission shelves work on a social taxonomy, investors and other organisations aim to make sure it remains on the agenda.
Momentum is building for sustainable finance in Japan, with topics such as transition finance and human rights rapidly rising up the agenda, says Arisa Kishigami.
Woman judge hand holding gavel to bang on sounding block in the court room.
Aristata Capital said one case financed through the fund has already been resolved successfully.

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