Study: Sustainable funds barely transparent
The new white paper by FMF member PwC in cooperation with Morningstar shows that the inconsistent data situation makes it difficult to compare sustainable funds and investment decisions.
ESG study: Big ambitions, little drive
Few companies succeed in operationalizing ESG goals or using high-quality ESG data to drive transformation
CxO Sustainability Survey 2023: More investments in sustainability despite economic uncertainty
Climate change is one of the top three priorities for board members of German companies. According to Deloitte’s “Cx0 Sustainability Survey 2023”, 76% of German companies increased their sustainability investments in 2022.
BCG Report: Opportunities for Early Movers on the Green Market
Many low-carbon products will likely be in short supply over the next decade, warns new report from World Economic Forum and FMF member Boston Consulting Group.
ChatGPT: Frankfurt leading financial center
Experiment successful! We put ChatGPT to the test, as the AI tool always has the right answer for topics concerning financial centers in Europe. You can read a selection of our chat “interview” here.
Addressing the challenges of ESG reporting
FMF member Infront looks at some of the challenges financial services firms face with ESG reporting requirements and offers tips on how to overcome them.
Bloomberg Releases Science-Based Implied Temperature Rise Metrics
Based on a methodology recommended by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), these Metrics provide investors with transparent and comparable information for assessing portfolio alignment with climate goals.
Sustainability Revolution in the Bond Market
The importance of ESG in the bond market is growing. This is good news for the environment, because combating climate change requires capital. Why now is a good time to get into sustainable corporate bonds, explains Simon Frank of Pictet in an interview with Senior Investment Analyst Florian Koch of Frankfurt Main Finance member Scope.
Consumers Demand a Rethink on Globalisation
For their new study “The Way Back Home”, Oliver Wyman and gfu Consumer & Home Electronics GmbH each surveyed more than 1,000 people from five major economies about their consumption behaviour of electrical household appliances and consumer electronics.
The 15th Sustainable Investment Conference 2022 at the Frankfurt School
Frankfurt School Verlag has been organising the annual conference “Sustainable Investments” for 15 years. The topic has been important to experts from the financial sector for just as long. Nevertheless – and everyone at this year’s conference seemed to agree on this – the relevance has increased significantly in the past four to five years.