ESG

Bitcoin's long-term value doubted due to ESG, tighter rules - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin's long-term value doubted due to ESG, tighter rules

Bitcoin is nursing losses after its worst weekly plunge in almost a year and on one view its longer term outlook could be even worse because of environmental concerns and tightening regulations.

DBS Bank raises sustainable finance target to $50 bil by 2024 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Banking & finance

DBS Bank raises sustainable finance target to $50 bil by 2024

DBS Bank has raised its sustainable finance target to $50 billion by 2024 in a bid to help customers incorporate sustainable business practices into their overall business strategy.

Singapore to work towards vehicles running on cleaner energy by 2040: PM Lee - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Singapore economy

Singapore to work towards vehicles running on cleaner energy by 2040: PM Lee

Singapore is working towards having all its vehicles run on cleaner energy by 2040, announced Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his speech at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Hyundai Motor Group

CapitaLand Limited launches 2030 sustainability master plan, aims to triple its sustainable finance portfolio to $6 bil - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Sustainability

CapitaLand Limited launches 2030 sustainability master plan, aims to triple its sustainable finance portfolio to $6 bil

CapitaLand Limited has unveiled its first sustainability master plan on October 1 that focuses on its sustainability targets, strategies, and plans till 2030.

Virus, bonds and ESG a volatile mix: MSCI

Covid-19

Virus, bonds and ESG a volatile mix: MSCI

SINGAPORE (Apr 24): Covid-19’s market impact has not only led to losses in equities (the MSCI ACWI Index demonstrated a –21.3% performance for 1Q2020) but also to extreme levels of volatility among

Billion Dollar Club 2019

Corporate leadership in a time of 'conscious capitalism'

The Edge Singapore’s Billion Dollar Club recognises leading performers among the largest local listed companies.

In print this week

Do investors care more about earnings or the environment?

SINGAPORE (Dec 19): Olam International has become the latest target of environmental group Mighty Earth, accusing it of cutting down forests in Gabon and buying unsustainably produced palm oil from

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