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The art of Wardley Mapping Sustainable business goals

The art of Wardley Mapping Sustainable business goals

20 Feb 2020

Mapping Sustainable business goals to a technology strategy is as much art as it is computer science. Matthew Adams Founder at Endjin the brains behind the Ocean Mind story, sat down with Richard Peers to discuss how they help organisations do just that using Wardley Mapping. The two then dive into the detail of the role of data which is so crucial to Sustainable Finance.

Sound advice on Sustainable Investing

Sound advice on Sustainable Investing

20 Feb 2020

William Armitage, Head of Business Development at Route2, sat down with Richard Peers to discuss Route2’s role advising both corporates and investors. If Sustainable Investing is about understanding the data that informs the value of the underlying asset, then Route2’s 'Total Capital Accounting' approach for evaluating and understanding societal impact and its connection to value creation and value erosion, has to be an approach worth greater consideration. Will talks through one of Route2’s corporate case studies The Crown Estate, and offers fascinating insight into how the many sources of data they consume are advancing their Investor Analytics solution.

Tipping point to a low carbon world via Sustainable Finance

Tipping point to a low carbon world via Sustainable Finance

20 Feb 2020

Nicole Anderson, Founder, Managing Partner of The Redsand Group speaks with Richard Peers about the new fund she is launching, expanding on the green and impact FinTech use cases and ventures she has built over the last 8 years. Nicole expands upon how we are on the tipping point of the most significant innovation imperative facing financial services in its own transition to be the enabler of a low carbon world via Sustainable Finance.

Key findings from State of Regulatory Reform Report 2020

Key findings from State of Regulatory Reform Report 2020

03 Feb 2020

Alexander Robson, Managing Editor, Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence, introduces the 11th edition of the State of Regulatory Reform Report 2020 and highlights what banks, regulators and compliance officers will take away from this year's findings. A strong emphasis is placed on the importance of banks and non-financial institutions culture and how a greater focus on responsibility and accountability will change the way companies and regulators behave globally. We learn about the role of AI in wholesale financial markets compliance in 2020 and how it is helping tackle problems around money laundering and route out false positives.

More and more banks joining the ESG agenda

More and more banks joining the ESG agenda

18 Dec 2019

Jonathan Hughes, Co-Founder, Pollinate International, speaks at Sustainable Finance. Live about how Pollinate are working with banks to inform them and their customers about better buying decisions to help the environment, changing consumer views about their carbon footprint, the supply chain & impact of purchasing data and whether enough banks have enough of an appetite for Sustainable Finance.

Value chain vs. supply chain: Redesigning the economy

Value chain vs. supply chain: Redesigning the economy

18 Dec 2019

Anna Poberezhna, Founder, CEO, Smart4tech, speaks at Sustainable Finance. Live about Green Finance through redefining the value of water through digitisation and integrated water resource management and redesigning processes & products through the lens of system thinking & tech to make the world a better place. She speaks about the Circular Economy and the efforts to build optimisation and innovations to re-design the way the economy works by addressing value chain versus supply chain.

Sustainable Finance.Live: How best to design the report and reporting process

Sustainable Finance.Live: How best to design the report and reporting process

16 Dec 2019

Richard Conway, CEO, Elastacloud, speaks at Sustainable Finance. Live about energy sustainability, whether the challenges we face with understanding data necessary for sustainable products and solutions can be overcome, the methodologies organisations need to explore around data going forward, the role of AI and how best to design the report and reporting process.

Understanding the Supply Chain with OceanMind

Understanding the Supply Chain with OceanMind

16 Dec 2019

Together at Sustainable Finance.Live, Nick Wise, CEO, OceanMind & Richard Peers, Founder of Responsible Risk look to uncover solutions and get commercial banks to become more engaged in sustainable projects. Nick lends the case study of using the empowerment of fisheries authorities and seafood buyers to explain the emergence of supply chain data and the capability of and impact that smaller firms can deliver.

Sustainable Finance.Live: Designing a green commercial bond product

Sustainable Finance.Live: Designing a green commercial bond product

13 Dec 2019

Adrian Sargent, Treasury Operating Officer, Virgin Money, speaks to Richard Peers, Founder, Responsible Risk about the good of Green Bonds and their increase in demand, some of the cost constraints of issuing bonds and the complexities that come with identifying green assets, the importance of being able to extract data necessary for organisations to confidently invest and how we need to simplify the process going forward.

Agrimetrics: Beyond ‘greenwashed’ ideas and toward tangible results

Agrimetrics: Beyond ‘greenwashed’ ideas and toward tangible results

13 Dec 2019

Matthew Smith, Chief Product Officer, Agrimetrics, speaks about the issues around agricultural productivity and sustainability in the UK, how we can address the challenges in understanding and assessing data for products necessary in sustainable finance and how AI has become the booster for accelerating us towards actionable information. He shares with Hannah Wallace, Finextra what a Green Bond is and how banks and other large organisations' willingness and confidence to invest in sustainable projects is changing.

Understanding Sustainable Finance risks and making data driven decisions

Understanding Sustainable Finance risks and making data driven decisions

11 Dec 2019

Mark Hodgson, Chief Business Officer, Cervest, speaks to Hannah Wallace, FinextraTV, at Sustainable Finance.Live about understanding sustainable risks and making data driven decisions in the context of climate change, the challenges in assessing the data necessary to build sustainable solutions, the role of AI and ML in tackling those hurdles and what this means for commercial banks.

Sustainable Finance.Live: Finance Reporting and Data in Commercial Banking

Sustainable Finance.Live: Finance Reporting and Data in Commercial Banking

10 Dec 2019

Mark Line, Non-Executive Director, Challenge Sustainability, speaks to Richard Peers, Founder, ResponsibleRisk at Sustainable Finance. Live in London. He frames the many regulatory measures that are in place and the little impact they are having today, how the report and reporting process must be designed to ensure future success, the political, social and financial challenges that stand in the way of making a difference and how we can make way for the art of the possible going forward.

Sustainable Finance.Live: Positive change through innovation and collaboration

Sustainable Finance.Live: Positive change through innovation and collaboration

06 Dec 2019

Richard Peers, Founder of ResponsibleRisk sets the scene for Sustainable Finance. Live, the first in a series of events that sets out to provide actionable strategies, debunk the myth that value cannot be created by meeting sustainability goals and show how revenue can be generated through trustworthy implementation of ESG (environmental, social and governance) measures.

Moving capital downstream to the Green Economy

Moving capital downstream to the Green Economy

23 Oct 2019

Brett King, Bestselling Author, Founder, Radio Host, speaks about Sustainable Finance, ESG, the move of capital from the 'brown economy' to the 'green economy', the importance around trust in data, the logistics of these projects and the role of the consumer.

FinextraTV @ Sibos2019 – The Big Themes #3: Regulation

FinextraTV @ Sibos2019 – The Big Themes #3: Regulation

18 Oct 2019

FinextraTV reports from Sibos 2019 in London on the impact of Regulation on the industry. In this, final episode, we learn about how Banks are adapting to the changing regulatory landscape, whether the cost of compliance outweighs the value of innovation, what success in this space demands and whether regulation will be able to keep up with the pace set by the tech giants. Standard Chartered, Deutsche Bank, Nordea, LHV, KPMG and Crown Agents Bank are among the many leading institutions to share their views exclusively with Finextra Research.

Sustainable Finance: Efforts towards a Nirvana Circular Economy

Sustainable Finance: Efforts towards a Nirvana Circular Economy

11 Oct 2019

Chief Sustainability Officer, Group, DBS Bank, speaks at Sibos 2019 about the challenges and opportunities that surround Sustainable Finance, some of the solutions and projects in motion and the impact they are having, the importance on quality of data and what kind of channels are being created for business leaders to be able to react to these new services.

Sustainable Finance: Defining Green Activities

Sustainable Finance: Defining Green Activities

10 Oct 2019

Elena Philapova, Global Head of ESG Proposition, Refinitiv & Member, Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance, DG FISMA, European Commission, speaks at Sibos2019 about sustainable projects within finance, the role of data within these projects, the importance of common standards with regards to what is a green and when this taxonomy will come to market.

The ambition and investment behind Sustainable Finance

The ambition and investment behind Sustainable Finance

07 Oct 2019

Tim Coates, Ecosystem Director, Synechron, speaks at Sibos 2019 about investment in Sustainable Finance, the role of reliable data analytics, some of the projects they are working on and the future of Sustainable Finance projects.

Leveraging Cloud and AI to meet ESG goals

Leveraging Cloud and AI to meet ESG goals

04 Oct 2019

Rupesh Khendry, Head, Capital Markets Industry Solutions, Worldwide Financial Services, Microsoft, discusses how the market is responding to the push for Sustainable Finance, how businesses can give confidence to investors that ESG figures in place are a reliable measurement, and how improved data procedures provide opportunities that grow from an improved understanding of risk management.

Implementing cost optimisation and digital transformation in the FSI

Implementing cost optimisation and digital transformation in the FSI

24 Sep 2019

Amit Bhute, SVP & Global Head, Banking & Financial Services Practice at Virtusa, speaks about the technologies being leveraged in the short, medium and long term to ensure cost optimisation and sustainable growth, how banks are implementing this technology and the benefits being reaped as a result.

Addressing the real pain points in correspondent banking

Addressing the real pain points in correspondent banking

19 Jul 2019

Tsvetanka Nankova, Deutsche Bank, speaks at EBADay 2019 in Stockholm about the main pain points in correspondent banking, how technology is helping to address these, the risks associated with these process transformations, what the future holds for correspondent banking and whether it sustainable.

Key drivers for tech-enabled inclusive finance and the business models that follow

Key drivers for tech-enabled inclusive finance and the business models that follow

28 Mar 2019

Andrew Watkins-Ball, CEO & Founder of JUMO, speaks at Money20/20 ASIA in Singapore about the problems JUMO is tackling, the role of technology in driving sustainable development of emerging markets, what opportunities and barriers lie ahead for tech-enabled finance in Asia and how business models will be evolve as a result.

We need a sustainable cadence with fintech

We need a sustainable cadence with fintech

18 Oct 2016

Leda Glyptis, Director, Sapient, talks about how emerging technologies are driving evolution in the fintech climate, and how financial institutions are reacting.

The three waves of corporate social responsibility

The three waves of corporate social responsibility

27 Sep 2011

RBC, Orange and Vocalink look at the future of CSR, which includes integration with HR, PR and social media, at Sibos 2011.