Marisa Drew – sustainability and sticky capital



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Marisa Drew, Credit Suisse's chief sustainability officer, had a busy week ahead at the UN Climate Change conference in Glasgow. But she found time to tell Euromoney about her hopes for COP26, how banks and corporates can change, and the benefits of sticky capital.



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