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Is ESG dead? ICE’s Bennett, LuxSE’s Hamon, Nasdaq’s Thyblad and the WFE weigh in

Is ESG dead? ICE’s Bennett, LuxSE’s Hamon, Nasdaq’s Thyblad and the WFE weigh in

The question “Is ESG dead?” has become a meme in the business press – it’s ubiquitous, eye-catching and controversial – convincing some that the movement is with certainty on its way out.

To discuss the fate and the evolution of ESG, John Lothian News Environmental Markets held an online roundtable discussion with leaders from the World Federation of Exchanges and ESG leaders from the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), Luxembourg Exchange (LuxSE) and Nasdaq.

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Skimpy ice in Chicago a bad omen. Climate Action 100+ suffers a blow. Farmers make headlines. Most people would open pocketbooks to fight climate change.

ESG Roundup | January 31, 2024

Midweek ESG HIghlights - January 31, 2024 Highlights from Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) news coverage from around the globe curated by Sally Duros for John Lothian News. The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) reports a doubling in corporate climate...

Nasdaq’s Randall Hopkins on driving value for companies through the ESG stakeholder ecosystem, the role of AI, and desired qualities in new hires

Nasdaq’s Randall Hopkins on driving value for companies through the ESG stakeholder ecosystem, the role of AI, and desired qualities in new hires

Randall Hopkins, Global Head of ESG Solutions, Nasdaq Corporate Platforms, spoke with Sally Duros for the John Lothian News ESG podcast. 

Hopkins said Nasdaq sits at the nexus of the stakeholder ecosystem – the investors, corporations, raters and regulators who are all doing work around ESG. Nasdaq’s goal is to drive value through that stakeholder ecosystem. It does that, first, by helping companies set ESG priorities, and then second, on the operational side, by helping companies manage the data relevant to ESG and communicate its value. 

ESG leaders from WFE, Nasdaq, SIX Group and B3 preview sustainability and market insights ahead of Dec. 5 WFE event at COP28

ESG leaders from WFE, Nasdaq, SIX Group and B3 preview sustainability and market insights ahead of Dec. 5 WFE event at COP28

The World Federation of Exchanges is holding a special event jointly with WFE members in Dubai on Dec. 5, which is “Just Transition Day” at COP28. The ESG podcast for John Lothian News talked with ESG leaders from members of the World Federation of Exchanges about the upcoming discussion and how exchanges are continuing to support the implementation of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

SGX Group’s Herry Cho discusses the role SGX plays in mobilizing capital for climate transition, the instruments available, and the focus of COP28

SGX Group’s Herry Cho discusses the role SGX plays in mobilizing capital for climate transition, the instruments available, and the focus of COP28

COP28 is in full swing in Dubai now and to preview the financial discussions that are occurring publicly and behind closed doors, we talked in early November with Herry Cho, Managing Director, Head of Sustainability and Sustainable Finance, for Singapore Exchange (SGX Group.) Cho highlighted the role of financial infrastructure platforms such as SGX, in financing the transitions to come in sustainability, social change, and climate change.

WFE CEO Nandini Sukumar speaks with JLN about ESG progress at the World Federation of Exchanges

WFE CEO Nandini Sukumar speaks with JLN about ESG progress at the World Federation of Exchanges

John Lothian News interviewed Nandini Sukumar, Chief Executive Officer at the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE), about the findings of the WFE’s 9th Sustainability Survey of Exchanges. First, Sukumar discussed the WFE’s process for conducting the survey and its findings, which reflect the many ways that exchanges have increased their activity in the sustainability and ESG areas.

WFE CEO Nandini Sukumar speaks with JLN about ESG progress at the World Federation of Exchanges, the WFE’s new green equity principles, and the difference between sustainability and ESG

WFE CEO Nandini Sukumar speaks with JLN about ESG progress at the World Federation of Exchanges, the WFE’s new green equity principles, and the difference between sustainability and ESG

John Lothian News interviewed Nandini Sukumar, Chief Executive Officer at the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE), about the findings of the WFE’s 9th Sustainability Survey of Exchanges. First, Sukumar discussed the WFE’s process for conducting the survey and its findings, which reflect the many ways that exchanges have increased their activity in the sustainability and ESG areas.

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