COP28: 'Unrealistic' to expect agreement to phase out fossil fuels, says Deutsche Bank
The COP28 climate talks kicking off today in Dubai are unlikely to result in an agreement to phase out fossil fuels, given its setting in one of the world's biggest oil and gas producing countries, warned Deutsche Bank.
DWS fined $19m by SEC for 'misleading' ESG statements
IIGCC to step up pressure on banks to demonstrate action on net zero
A group representing investors with €65 trillion ($70 trillion) in assets under management has published a set of expectations for banks, as they push for more details on how banks will act on pledges to achieve net zero emissions.
ESG-dilutive acquisitions becoming a 'deal-breaker'
M&A deals are no longer just about earnings per share, Trisha Taneja tells Ahren Lester
Banks call on EU to provide transition plan guidelines
Banks have called on the EU to catch-up with other jurisdictions - in particular, the UK and Japan - by providing guidance on transition plans and finance.
Investors hail 'momentous' High Seas Treaty
Financiers welcomed the "milestone" UN agreement to protect a third of the High Seas by 2030, but cautioned that further action is needed to ensure it achieves its goals.