- Sustainability diagnostics and sustainability strategy
- Sustainability risk management system
- Sustainable supply chain
- Social impact assessment
- Responsible finance
- Cleantech and resource effectiveness
- Non-financial reporting
- Independent assurance
- Transactions: cleantech and sustainability
Developing and implementing responsible finance practices
Responsible finance practices lie at the heart of financial organizations worldwide. Responsible finance is about taking into account environmental, social and ethical factors, especially in credit and investment decision-making processes. By adopting such practices, banks can successfully manage risks and demonstrate commitment to sustainability principles.
Multinational financial institutions such as the World Bank Group, EBRD and other development banks have taken an active role in promoting responsible finance practices. They have such practices at the core of their work and require that financial intermediaries adopt similar standards. In addition, voluntary initiatives are vital, including major voluntary frameworks such as the Equator Principles and the UN Principles for Responsible Investment.
- Assessment of compliance of a company's practices with IFI requirements
- Assistance in developing and implementing responsible finance policies and integrating social and environmental risk management into lending and investing processes.
- Assistance in preparing reports on responsible finance for analysts
Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services Leader
Tel: +7 (495) 641 2938
Head of Climate Change and Sustainability Services in Kazakhstan
Tel: +7 (727) 258 5960
Mobile: +7 (777) 308 1099
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