The pandemic has served as a ‘wake-up call for financial institutions to finance low-emissions sustainable development’, the report said. Photo: Shutterstock
The pandemic has served as a ‘wake-up call for financial institutions to finance low-emissions sustainable development’, the report said. Photo: Shutterstock

Banks in Asia-Pacific must ‘make up ground fast’ in implementing sustainability practices, according to Mazars study

  • The region’s lenders came out worst in the categories of governance, risk management and disclosure
  • Asia-Pacific ‘faces a lack of standardised regulation and reporting methodology’, says the report

The pandemic has served as a ‘wake-up call for financial institutions to finance low-emissions sustainable development’, the report said. Photo: Shutterstock
The pandemic has served as a ‘wake-up call for financial institutions to finance low-emissions sustainable development’, the report said. Photo: Shutterstock
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