MAS launches transition taxonomy and pilots 'transition credits'
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has launched a 'transition' taxonomy for eight priority sectors, and announced a 'transition credit' coalition for 'early phase out' of coal power plants.
COP28: ICMA, IsDB launch sustainable sukuk guidance project
COP28: MAS launches sustainable blended finance programme
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has announced two blended finance partnerships, as part of a wider Singaporean platform looking to raise $5 billion in blended capital.
How COP28 can accelerate deep green finance
COP28 will be seen as a missed opportunity, if the role of local banks in emerging markets is not addressed as a crucial solution to scaling climate finance, writes Lachlan Cameron
KfW says it will keep buying green bonds as €2.5bn investment mandate completes
German development bank has reiterated its commitment to investing in green bonds after its €2.5 billion ($2.7 billion) eight-year government-mandated market growth promotion programme was successfully completed.
COP28: Voluntary carbon market braced for regulatory intervention following IOSCO report
The International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) has proposed a set of measures to help regulators bring more integrity to the voluntary carbon market (VCM).
COP28: a world under pressure
Governments putting short-term politics before long-term climate policy must change course at COP28, argues Tom Williams
ABN Amro: EPC changes could impact Dutch banks' green bonds
Green bond investors should be cautious about Dutch bank green bonds allocated heavily to Dutch real estate, ABN Amro said, ...
UK urged by MPs to make TNFD mandatory within three years
The UK has been urged by members of parliament to make the Taskforce for Nature-related Financial Disclosures mandatory within three years.