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  • UK's Modern Slavery Act 'a huge disappointment', claims RepRisk CEO

    11 July 2024

    The UK's Modern Slavery Act (MSA) has been a "huge disappointment", argued the CEO of RepRisk, adding that he expects the EU's incoming Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) to have more impact.

  • Redwheel to acquire sustainable infrastructure investor Ecofin

    11 July 2024

    UK-based investment manager Redwheel has agreed to acquire the assets of $1.4 billion sustainable infrastructure investor Ecofin for an undisclosed fee from Tortoise Advisors, in a move that will expand Redwheel's sustainable product range.

  • German banks, insurers publish data guide for CSRD

    11 July 2024
  • Almost 30% of SLBs could miss their 2024 targets, says AFII

    11 July 2024

    There have been "strong examples" of impactful sustainability-linked bonds (SLBs) transactions in the market as they approach their 2024 targets, according to the Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute (AFII) ...

  • Nigerian Exchange launches dedicated sustainable bond platform

    11 July 2024
  • Nigeria plans sovereign green bond market return in September

    11 July 2024

    The Nigerian government is planning to return to the green bond market for the first time in five years, as it outlines plans to become an annual issuer of the sustainable bond instrument.

  • Investors voice 'deep concern' at UK listing rule change that removes voting rights

    11 July 2024

    Investors have voiced "deep concern" at changes to UK listing rules they say threaten the country's position as a leading light on corporate governance and will not deliver the benefits that are claimed.

  • Ceres publishes transition plan ambition measurement framework

    11 July 2024
  • Voluntary carbon market needs to "push down the doors of big corporates" on waste

    11 July 2024

    Amidst growing investor demand for voluntary carbon credits linked to waste projects, GRAIN Ecosystem has told Environmental Finance that more needs to be done to "push down the doors" of big corporates to help scale up the market.

  • US, Indonesia agree $35m debt for nature swap

    11 July 2024

    The US and Indonesia have agreed on a $35 million debt-for-nature swap, focused on coral reef conservation.