ESG, which stands for Environmental, Social and Governance, refers to a stance or an approach to projects, including financial investments. In this article, this approach is applied to legal and regulatory framework and how it can impact a companies process when they create financial products. This resource was produced in May 2019.
New Zealand – in a world first – introduced a bill requiring companies in the financial sector to disclose the impact of climate change on their businesses and how they plan to manage climate-related risks and opportunities. This resource takes a look at how the climate impact disclosure bill could impact businesses based in Australia.
- ArticlesChina’s Digital Currency and What This Could Mean For Foreign Companies and Financial Institutions in China
China is operating increasingly on a cashless basis, with the Chinese government posed to launch a digital currency called Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DCEP or “digital yuan”). This article provides a holistic overview and answers several key questions pertaining to the DCEP.