Market insight

  • Growing the green economy and the role of financial markets

    See who is playing an important role in in the global green economy - discover the companies and funds building a greener future in the latest London Stock Exchange report

  • Energy sobriety: a key lever for profitability beyond sustainability

    Disrupted supply chains, over dependencies, inflation, volatility, uncertainties; recent events have taken a financial toll on the global economy and on companies profitability prospects

  • Tracking Growth and Performance in Green Equities - upated

    Read this report to better understand the size of the global green economy, how it has performed, what that performance is attributed to, and whether its long-term growth drivers remain intact.

  • Mind the gaps: Clarifying corporate carbon

    In this paper, FTSE Russell surveys the current state of corporate carbon disclosure and explores the challenges facing investors in using estimation strategies.

  • Bringing transparency to Latin America's green bond market

    Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) President Mauricio Claver-Carone sets out the thinking behind the IDB Green Bond Transparency Platform

  • CDL's Integrated Sustainability Report 2022 zeroes in on bolder decarbonisation targets

    CDL is pleased to announce that its Integrated Sustainability Report 2022 has been published.

  • Navigating the Complexities of ESG Bonds

    When the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) first published the Green Bond Principles in 2014, the market for self-labeled ESG bonds was small and homogeneous. Now, it's a different story.

  • Casting an eye over sustainability linked loans

    Enthusiasm for SLLs has exploded over the last two years. With stakeholder scrutiny growing, external verification is increasingly important, say Jill Dumain, Simon Colton and Mariel Barrera Fermin of SGS

  • Planting the seeds for a blooming SLB market

    As momentum builds for sustainability-linked bonds in Canada, what must issuers and investors do to benefit from this soon-to-bud market of ESG-friendly finance vehicles?

  • There is a market for biodiversity - and it is expanding

    To increase biodiversity a functioning market is a prerequisite. Forest certification can form a voluntary market with more ambitious standards.