The document sees chief financial officers call on firms, investors, banks and governments to work towards a “sustainable financial system”.
Better assessment is needed to deliver the “decade of action” on the UN SDGs ahead of us. Supreme Audit Institutions aim to meet this global challenge.
Governor of the Bank of England warns that the global financial system needs to put climate-related risk “at the heart of decision-making”.
The International Integrated Reporting Framework will help companies translate their commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals into business models and corporate purpose.
Latest figures from the Global Impact Investing Network indicate significant growth in impact investing, with women and millennials credited with driving the trend.
The market for impact investing is now worth around $1.3trn. It is an opportunity for boards to steer their companies towards work that returns social or environmental benefits.
Investors are increasingly concerned that the workforces in which they invest are properly supported. A new initiative will provide them with vital information to help ensure they are.
Boards must pay heed to labour abuses in their supply chains by ensuring strong risk management and building stable relationships—or face the many damaging consequences.
Katharina Latif of insurance giant Allianz explains how her climate and sustainability team transitioned from the firm’s fringes to its strategic centre—and what its next steps will be.
It’s time to recognise that sustainable development is a strategic issue that can secure the future of business, as well as securing a better future for people and planet, says Jonathan Labrey of the IIRC.