What are banks getting wrong on human rights?
Banks' processes for implementing human rights considerations into their lending activities are far from perfect, reports Christopher Marchant
HSBC faces criticism after Paris-aligned finance pledge
Banking giant HSBC has become the latest bank to commit to align its financed emissions - the carbon emissions of its portfolio of customers - to the Paris Agreement goal to achieve net zero by 2050 or sooner.
French banks 'not satisfactorily prepared for climate risks'
French banks have not demonstrated that they are satisfactorily prepared for the impact of climate change on their loan books, despite many of their asset management arms taking a lead on the issue, an asset manager has warned.