|An Asia-Pacific data centre operator with facilities in Australia has converted its existing $2.1 billion corporate loans into a sustainability linked loan (SLL).|
|Setting and meeting a 100% renewable electricity goal by 2025 is "the key measure of', credibility of any corporate climate action plan," according to Greenpeace.|
|Climate-related business and investment decisions are shifting from risk to capturing new opportunities, according to former APRA executive board member Geoff Summerhayes.|
|Boral has announced net zero commitments aligned to the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).|
|One of Australia's supermarket majors has established $1.3 billion in sustainability linked loans (SLL).|
|Australia's largest companies are increasing their reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals by Australia's top 150 companies, but disclosure on climate action lack clarity, according to new research from RMIT University.|
|BlueScope has announced a net zero 2050 target for its scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions.|
|Improving ESG data and analytics is key to making sustainability central to shareholder and corporate decisions, according to SAS.|
|With the publication of a landmark report into the physical impacts of climate change, company executives and directors must respond to the impending risks to business and supply chain.|
|Setting ambitious ESG targets can provide companies with a "first mover advantage" in terms of access to new forms of capital and investment.|
Assessing the ESG characteristics of mortgage and other asset-backed securities (ABS) are an "essential component" of investing in securitised markets, according to Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM).
Australian CEOs face calls for more ESG reporting and transparency, but admit they struggle to "articulate a compelling ESG story," according to research from KPMG.
Climate-related business and investment decisions are shifting from risk to capturing new opportunities, according to former APRA executive board member Geoff Summerhayes.
A former Statewide Super product and distribution manager and a financial adviser have launched an ethical multi-asset fund for retail, wholesale and institutional investors.
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