The European Commission strategy for sustainable finance : to ensure long-term value creation

The Commission adopted its Action Plan on Financing Sustainable Growth on 8 March 2018. Elia Trippel recalls the core principles and objectives underlying this Plan and gives details on the main agreements already reached and those under construction.  

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  • Elia Trippel
    • Policy officer and project team leader Sustainable Finance project within the Unit for Financial Technology and Sustainable Finance
      DG FISMA (Directorate-General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union) European Commission

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Revue Banque n°833bis

FINANCE VERTE: Le monde de demain !

The traditional purpose of investment is the generation of good financial returns and investment into sustainable projects and economics activities is no exception. However, sustainability has been often regarded as a “nice to have” variable when it comes to investment decision-making and in some cases one that may bring diminished returns, compared with more short-termistic investment decisions. The reasons for this assessment are numerous but there are two in particular that merit further discussion: on the one hand, risks related to climate change, environmental degradation and social ...
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