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Banco do Brasil’s outstanding second quarter means that scrutiny will intensify at its domestic rival.
A US climate bill filled with green credits will create business for banks and provide relief from the backlash against ESG products.
A just transition should protect smaller firms from paying the price for the carbon emissions of larger ones.
While Germany fires up its coal-burning power stations once more, it’s almost as if the country itself is protesting.
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Devil in the data: Pressure is on for ESG investors to enhance disclosures

As scrutiny of the ESG sector intensifies, how can green funds provide the kind of data that the regulators are starting to demand?

How Canada’s funds went from local pioneers to global leaders

Groups such as Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, CDPQ and British Columbia Investment were forerunners in the development of new private-market asset classes, particularly infrastructure. Euromoney traces the evolution of the funds’ approaches and scale to the point where they are desired partners for private assets worldwide.

Credit Suisse’s PBI team and the push to serve the missing middle

Raffael Gasser is a hybrid: part Zurich wealth manager, part Silicon Valley disruptor. He was tasked with crunching data to serve ‘classic’ PB customers who sit just below the ultra-wealthy segment and are often, curiously, overlooked. Here is how he got on.

Techcombank landmarks show Vietnam’s potential

A record-breaking syndicated financing for one of Vietnam’s most interesting banks tells us much about investor sentiment towards the borrower and the country.
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