Investors' advocacy and governments' net-zero commitments will push Asia's responsible recovery, spurring a boom in sustainable finance in 2021.
A more focused regulatory environment means a more robust global financial system: we explore the latest trends in financial regulation and uncover what they mean for you.
The world is shifting towards clean energy in response to the climate crisis. Could hydrogen be the answer? South Korea seems to think so.
Pledges from Korea, Japan and China to slash their emissions see the region positioned as a climate leader. But how will a net-zero Asia meet its energy needs as...
With a million species at risk, companies and investors call for biodiversity reporting and targets.
Continued support from official institutions such as the ECB and the EIB will be crucial for the future prosperity of the world economy. Here's why.
BNP Paribas issues A$140 million green bond linked to Australia's first forward-looking climate index, identifying climate transition risks and opportunities for...
The most exciting developments are taking place in Asia, which is playing a game of fast catch-up.
The global shipping industry is making waves as it quickly approaches the turning point of a new decade with its commitment to tackling climate change.
The number of foreign portfolio investors in India has spiked 1,000% since the major regulatory changes of 2014. What does this mean for future investment in the...
Onshore issuance by foreign companies is expected to rise.
The financial industry endeavours to bring standardisation to the Green Bond market that offers investors a way to choose responsible projects to finance.
Technology and regulation are driving change. BNP Paribas Securities Services explores how they are transforming clearing and settlement in Asia-Pacific.
Nicolas Marque discusses how BNP Paribas has approached regulatory changes by digitising its business and adapting its IT systems.
The US liquidity landscape following Money Market Mutual Fund reform continues to provide many alternatives to optimize short-term cash.
The regulatory approach to addressing issues in the OTC market is rational in theory – but as always the devil is in the detail.
The capital markets have not seen the same degree of automation witnessed in other market sectors. This is about to change – but what will it look like?
What's the future of European securities services regulation? Laurence Caron-Habib, BNP Paribas Securities Services' Head of Public Affairs, gives her view.
Greater margin requirements for OTC derivatives pose a challenge for legitimate hedging activities. What are the alternative hedging models?
BNP Paribas Chairman Jean Lemierre explains the importance of the CMU in securing financing for the European economy.
The blockchain is the flying car of finance - and it has finally arrived. But before we take the wheel, we need to figure out how to regulate its use.