Banks’ fossil fuel exposure criticized as South Africa plans ‘just transition’

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on February 18, 2021


SA banks aren’t disclosing a lot about ESG that we would like to know. The catalyst for change largely comes from external sources, particularly European shareholders and funders who are putting pressure on banks to improve ESG disclosure, says Intellidex’s Stuart Theobald. Featured in S&P Global’s Market Intelligence article. 

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