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Green finance podcast app. 3: The role and responsibility of banks in the climate crisis with Chris Skinner
The third episode of the Green Finance Podcast features Chris Skinner, a fintech expert, global commentator, bestselling author of several books and owner of website The Financier, with host Iulia Ciutina.
Chris talks about banks and their role in the climate crisis – how big banks have historically supported the global fossil fuel industry with massive funding and are now being pressured to change.
DATEDAY CONFERENCE 2022: VIDEO OF ALL SESSIONS
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We caught up on the latest trends in the industry, growth challenges and opportunities for new and existing players, and interviewed some of the top professionals to help make it all happen.
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Green Finance Briefing: Greenwashing on Wall Street and Climate Tech stocks outperform the market
Regulators are cracking down on misleading ESG claims at big banks, signaling they are paying close attention to the financial greenwashing wave.
Goldman Sachs is the latest target of an SEC investigation, following the greenwashing investigations into BNY Mellon and DWS earlier this year.
ESG is the latest fad to hit Wall Street – ‘green’ products are in season and many banks have responded to growing demand by offering ‘sustainable’ investing.
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Too late for damage control?
Brax’s announcement of cutbacks in SMEs sparked outrage, and founder and co-CEO Pedro Franceschi regretted “a poor job of explaining that decision” (TechCrunch).
Raisin Bank enters the payments market with a new acquisition
German BaaS player Raisin Bank has agreed to purchase a unit of Bankhaus August Lenz that will enable it to conduct electronic payment transactions and offer cash solutions to partners and customers (Finextra)
Glia acquires Fin AI to power virtual offerings
Digital customer service company Glia plans to acquire conversational AI technology company Fin AI – the agreement will integrate Fin AI’s conversational AI solutions into Glia’s (Finovate) platform.
Klarna criticizes Barclays’ “apparently irresponsible” research
Klarna disputes a new BNPL study published by Barclays with debt aid Stepchange, which warns that unregulated financial products (PYMNTs) could leave many people in financial trouble.
Revolut launches Pay Letter in Ireland
Revolut has chosen Ireland as the first market to launch its BNPL product, where it will face off against the likes of Klarna and Afterpay (Bloomberg).
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