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S&P Global Ratings’ Michael Wilkins calls for greater disclosure of green bond issuances in Environmental Finance

Speaking to Environmental Finance, S&P Global Ratings’ Michael Wilkins, Managing Director, Environmental & Climate Risk Research, appeals for greater attention to effective disclosure of green bond issuances to ensure that their environmental objectives are met. A report by S&P Global Ratings has found that a lack of transparency and governance measures is significantly affecting the …

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BNY Mellon a winner in The Banker’s Technology Projects of the Year

BNY Mellon has scooped the award of Technology Project of the Year in The Banker‘s “payments” category for its global payments infrastructure. Designed to address the challenges presented by the evolving payments space, the new platform – one of BNY Mellon’s largest investments in global payments to date – is capable of processing payments in …

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S&P tells Environmental Finance “Climate change is set to test corporate credit”

Climate change is becoming a bigger concern for businesses around the world. Miroslav Petkov and Michael Wilkins at Standard & Poor’s explain that this is because scientific evidence suggests the world will experience more frequent and extreme climatic events in the future, in which companies’ existing insurance and overall disaster risk management measures could prove …

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IFR Review of the Year interviews Ian Burns: Time for unbundling

IFR’s Review of the Year takes a focus on the changing face of the equities business for banks. Ian Burns, Natixis’ Head of Cash Equity, discusses the importance of transparency for regulation, and the need for banks to now show clients what they are spending their money on – whether that is on the trading and …

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