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  • Industrial Bank is one of the Chinese banks working to ensure the world post-Covid-19 looks as green as can be, through a diversity of green finance products designed to support investment.
  • In this two-part podcast, we explore the history and expansion of the private sector and venture capital into space exploration, including insights from Nasa’s chief economist, Alexander MacDonald; Apollo astronaut, Bill Anders; CEO of the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration, Mary Lynne Dittmar; and venture capitalist and Space X and Tesla board director, Steve Jurvetson.
  • Big data, satellite feeds from space and social media platforms is just some of the technology changing corporate disclosure. In this episode, we will be looking at the tech innovations that are helping corporates map their supply chain and influence environmental social and governance (ESG) goals on the way.
  • Over $30 trillion has been invested in environmental social and governance (ESG) themed assets. With over 600 ESG rankings and ratings and over 4,000 ESG key performance indicators, standardization has never been more important. But who decides on ESG standards in the corporate supply chain and how can banks help corporate treasurers navigate this evolving market?
  • The world as we know it has turned on its head. Reeling from Covid-19, supply chains have fractured beyond recognition and firms globally are scrambling to stay afloat in order to get goods to market. But as the lockdown continues, are companies cutting corners – and putting their environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals aside – at the expense of their workers? The same workers who will be vital once the recovery begins?
  • In the latest series of Treasury and Turbulence, Euromoney will examine where Sustainable Finance in the supply chain holds up, and where it falls down.
  • Stories of corporate treasury innovating to mitigate external threats.
  • The influx of new technology is touted as having the possibility of revolutionising how the payments industry operates.
  • As the payments landscape changes due to changes in regulation, technology and client behaviour, the treasury function is also undergoing a major shift. While every change presents its share of threats and opportunities, certain points will have long-lasting implications on corporate treasuries around the world.
  • Technology has enabled the movement of funds in secure environments. The speed of transactions has also dramatically increased, reducing down to just a few seconds in some countries and currencies as APIs and real-time systems arrive. But are instant payments always necessary? Is improving the speed and automation of your treasury systems a key part of your strategy? Please complete our short survey to share your views.