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A banking institution’s financing activities generally involve various types of lending, such as corporate finance, housing, project finance, retail, short-term finance, small-medium enterprises, trade, and others. Alternatively, the focus of a banking institution may be only on specific transactions with clients that meet certain requirements and within certain industry sectors. Banking institutions may also provide financial products with a focus on environmental business opportunities.

A banking institution’s exposure to environmental and social risks varies greatly as a function of the clients within its portfolio. Some banking institutions usually have highly visible brands in their markets or globally, and are particularly susceptible to reputational risk. Banking institutions are also driven to improve their environmental and social risk management capacity to reduce credit and liability risks arising from environmental and social issues. A number of banking institutions have publicly committed themselves to sustainable banking, and many have voluntarily adopted the principles established under various sustainability initiatives.


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