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Special Report

ESG: 
Fast-emerging challenges
for financial institutions

This report from Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence looks at the fast-emerging challenges for financial institutions in the still-changing environment of ESG initiatives and investments.

Discover what financial firms can be doing now to prepare for these regulatory challenges:

  • Do you have a comprehensive approach to ESG issues and a way to embed these new risks within your existing risk frameworks?
  • What are the roles and responsibilities for your compliance, human resources and risk management professionals?
  • How can you mitigate climate change and associated risks for your customers?

Investment managers, banks, securities firms, and their regulators face a difficult task because the risks associated with ESG issues are often so new that they are difficult to quantify.

Find out how financial institutions can navigate with a greater degree of clarity about the issues at stake and what actions their leaders should be considering.

Download your complimentary version of ESG: Fast-emerging challenges for financial institutions today.

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