Financial Services ESG Insights: Harnessing Transition Plans

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Find out more about transition plans and their role in the financial services sector.

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In our last edition covering COP28, a key theme emerging from the newsletter was the importance of companies issuing transition plans to ensure there is an information flow surrounding decarbonisation goals, from companies to financial institutions and wider stakeholders. 

This edition focusses on how financial institutions might begin to prepare internally, and use the transition plans that are emerging from the companies they support as a mechanism to deliver on their own net zero commitments and reallocate capital towards the transition.

Download the full newsletter (PDF, 3.4MB) for insights into four areas which we believe institutions should consider as they begin to integrate transition plans into their decision-making processes.


Catch up on the last edition

Download the December 2023 edition of the ESG Insights newsletter, where we covered updates from COP28, including key takeaways for the financial services industry, how the sector might respond to the formal negotiations, and ESG market developments to be aware of in 2024.

December ESG Insights (PDF, 4.8MB)

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