Analysis, Climate

Banks in Asia-Pacific struggle to fill ESG roles

By Natasha Teja
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Banks in the Asia-Pacific region are facing a severe shortage of staff well versed in environmental, social and governance matters, amid a global onslaught of new sustainability standards. 

Incoming frameworks include the launch of the International Sustainability Standards Board reporting standards (IFRS S1 and ...

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