WEDNESDAY, 27/04/2022 - Scope SE & Co. KGaADownload PDF
Scope ESG Insight
Oil-sector race to reduce carbon footprint; CLOs lead on structured-finance ESG standards; Europe rethinks nuclear power; US takes pragmatic disclosure route
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- TotalEnergies and Repsol lead, Gazprom lags in oil-sector race to reduce CO2 impacts
- European CLOs: navigating the ESG landscape
- Europe rethinks nuclear power as longer-term fix to market, climate, security challenges
- Climate disclosure: US splits from Europe with pragmatic draft SEC rules for US-listed companies
- Climate risk disclosure requirements not without challenges for European banks
- ESG considerations for rating pharmaceutical companies
- ESG in 2022: filling the disclosure gap; can carbon pricing address climate-reporting complexity?
- ESG Funds Quarterly Q1 2022
- Unilever’s deal quest puts spotlight on sector’s sustainable-growth challenge
- Schuldschein set up for strong 2022 on jumbo deals, ESG-linked transactions, refinancing
- For European banks, exiting Russia and Russian business is a must
- Europe’s social-, sustainability-linked corporate bond issuance surges as issuer base widens