Capital Markets ESG Week – Accelerating the Sustainability Transition

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Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are the focus of global capital market stakeholders and the opportunities that sustainable capital and the transition away from non-sustainable practices provide. Following the Paris Agreement, significant progress has been made across the spectrum of capital -raising instruments, in significantly upscaling the financial resources available to help the world adapt to, and reduce the impacts of a changing climate.

In the lead-up to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, our Capital Markets Practice is proud to present a series of seminars focused on the ongoing implementation of ESG as a core principle across capital-raising instruments, and the pivotal role this is playing in accelerating the transition to a more sustainable, lower-carbon world.

Sustainability-linked bonds, including an issuer's perspective: H&M’s debut

 

More than compliance: Why ESG disclosure is essential to a successful IPO and beyond
 

 

ESG and CLOs: The next chapter

How sustainability-linked formats can be adapted to securitisation and covered bonds

 

How Islamic finance can accommodate ESG as an additional element
 

 

Scaling voluntary carbon markets: Opportunities and challenges

 

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