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IFC and IFC-supported Sustainable Banking Network laud the Association of Banks in Cambodia (ABC) for developing and launching Cambodia Sustainable Finance Principles.
The program will consist of research, outreach and capacity building, with an objective to clarify the relevance of E&S factors
UNEP Inquiry’s paper “Green Finance for Developing Countries – Needs, Concerns and Innovations,” was launched on the occasion of the United Nations Environment Assembly
Sustainable Banking Network, the only global, member-driven, knowledge and capacity building network on sustainable finance
September 5, 2016 – at the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China, global leaders endorsed a set of recommendations to boost green finance
Dear SBN Members and Friends, I am very pleased to announce that G20 leaders have raised Green and Sustainable Finance to a new level of global priority
On the eve of Climate Week, UNEP Inquiry has published a short report about how policymakers can accelerate the availability of financial flows to fund sustainable development.
The Banking Association South Africa (BASA) became the newest member of the Sustainable Banking Network
The Banking Association of Argentina, Adeba, with its 28 member banks has recently joined SBN by council approval in September
WBG President Jim Yong Kim highlights SBN as a key global green finance initiative at WBG-IMF Annual Meetings 2016 Climate Ministerial.
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) is responsible for securing its core objectives of economic and price stability and financial system stability with a view to encouraging and promoting the development of the productive resources of Sri Lanka.
Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK), the Indonesia Financial Services Authority, will co-host the 4th Annual SBN meeting with IFC in Bali in December
At the 4th SBN Annual Meeting in Bali, 1-2 December 2016, members called for enhanced technical support, knowledge products, training, and tools to assist members in designing and implementing national initiatives and guidance on sustainable banking, starting with the member-led Measurement Working Group.
The Brazilian Federation of Banks joined SBN in February 2017.
The State Bank of Pakistan has taken a phased approach whereby the Guidelines will be complimented by relevant tools and additions subsequently.