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To manage environmental and social risks, especially in large projects they finance, an increasing number of financial institutions in emerging markets is turning to various international standards, considered as best practice. In recent years, voluntary industry frameworks such as the Equator Principles have helped build an international consensus around the need for and benefits of environmental and social standards. Adherence to such standards is gradually becoming standard business practice.

Demonstrating financial gains from sustainable financing is also a way to enhance shareholder value. Good public reporting can improve a financial institution’s access to capital and to international markets. This requires engaging in clearer, more open and more transparent public reporting on environmental, social, and economic performance. Leadership in reporting can help financial institutions develop their brand and differentiate themselves in the marketplace. It can also generate positive relationships with external stakeholders.


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