COP28: ICMA, IsDB launch sustainable sukuk guidance project
ESG data regulation risks fragmenting industry, major data providers warn
Divergence in regulatory approaches risks fragmenting the lucrative global market for ESG data, a group of major data providers has warned.
LSEG: EU carbon prices could cross €400 by 2040
FTSE Russell to launch sustainability-linked bond index
FTSE Russell will launch a sustainability-linked bond (SLB) index series next week, which is believed to be only the second index covering the performance-based instrument to date.
The great ESG data free-for-all
The business model of commercial data providers faces disruption in coming years amid the launch of free data platforms, writes Michael Hurley
Draft ESG data 'code of conduct' aims for international uptake
The creators of a draft voluntary code of conduct for ESG ratings and data providers have hailed it as a "world-first" for its attempt to set internationally consistent standards for the rapidly growing market.
UK to 'monitor' ESG data for potential need to regulate providers
The UK government will monitor whether it needs to regulate providers of ESG data, the country's Treasury said.
London Stock Exchange announces first VCM accreditation
London Stock Exchange (LSE) has granted its first Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM) accreditation to Foresight Sustainable Forestry Company (FSF)
M&G, Moody's chair UK ESG data and ratings code of conduct body
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has convened a working group to develop a 'significant' voluntary code of conduct for ESG data and ratings providers, which will be co-chaired by M&G and Moody's.