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February 2022
IMF staff have defined ‘green PFM’ “as the integration of an environment and/or climate-friendly perspective into PFM practices, systems and frameworks”.
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We are nearing mid-February already and here in the UK it feels as if Spring is just around the corner. The mornings are, on-balance, becoming warmer, the evenings longer, the sun making more regular appearances.
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January 2022
The first time I used the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework to do annual Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting was in late 2010. At the beginning of that year, I had joined The New Forests Company, an East African forestry and value-added timber products business, that had ...
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The year 2021 was a blockbuster for global IPOs (initial public offerings). The IPO volumes (number of deals) rose 64% and proceeds (US$453 billion) rose by 67% year on year according to a study by Ernst & Young. The technology sector saw the highest number of IPOs, followed by health care and indus...
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We’ve been developing and refining our virtual Zoom training sessions since their launch in 2020. We don’t take for granted that what works in the face-to-face classroom will also work in virtual delivery and so we collaborate with our instructors to ensure our virtual training meets the same high...
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One of the most triumphant stories that people in my business repeat ad nauseum has to do with the outperformance of the S&P Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) Index over the classical S&P index, over the last year.
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The first steps towards responsible investments were taken by former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan in 2004 and were set out in the UN Principles for Responsible Investment, published in 2006.
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November 2021
It seems a long journey this one, and it’s not over yet. When we decided to write a blog piece about the revisions to IAS 1, it wasn’t intended to be a four-parter.
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And so, it came to pass. After an extended period (seven years and counting) of thinking, deliberating, drafting, re-wording, re-phrasing, the IASB’s wordsmiths put down their pens.
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