Supply Chain Financing: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Interesting article by Baldev Bhinder @ Blackstone & Gold Last week, the financial world has been captivated by the crisis engulfing Greensill. It is reported that the London based supply chain fintech could be facing insolvency after Credit Suisse froze $10 billion worth of investment […]
By the year 2030, it’s expected that ESG factors will be incorporated into 95 per cent of all assets. With the world’s biggest asset managers already on board and millions of dollars in green funding ready to be deployed, there’s pressure for businesses to buckle down on ESG in the coming years.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) will begin requiring companies that provide loans in the region to follow a single definition for default this year, after it saw high variances in the ways they contend with basic banking issues, Bloomberg noted.