Investors, banks and corporates in Japan comprise the largest national cohort in the TNFD's early adopters.
Investors divided on Shell; ExxonMobil slams Glass Lewis; AMR result at Yum! Brands.
The latest ESG movers and shakers: TNFD appoints senior advisers, including co-chair Mrema; Schneider retires from OTPP.
Resolution round-up: Biodiversity proposal withdrawn at Kellanova; NYC public pension funds pull green financing ratio proposal at Citi.
Novartis to put sustainability report up for advisory vote; Exxon lawsuit ‘a governance issue’ but investors remain quiet; Mirova makes third-party assurance demands.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: UK pensions regulator calls for early TNFD adoption; Italy launches CSRD consultation.
National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) also explores potential for biodiversity impact index and protection being incorporated into green bond standard.
Firms absent from last week's early adopters list say they are working out when and how they can make the move.
The launch of the TNFD offers an opportunity for APAC-based institutions to embed nature-related considerations into investment strategies.
An arrow made up of many businesspeople
More than 100 financial institutions have signed up, with Japanese groups taking the top spot with 25 adopters.

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