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Taxonomies for sustainable finance in Southeast Asia

Taxonomies for sustainable finance have been introduced across the world over the past few years, while new taxonomies are being developed by various regulators and entities. Serving various stakeholders including governments, businesses and society; taxonomies can be an anchor of environmental regulation and transformation while enabling the transition to a more sustainable economy. 

How will the introduction of taxonomies across Southeast Asia and globally impact financial institutions in this region?

This publication provides an overview of discussions and developments around taxonomies in Southeast Asia, and a comparison of green and transition taxonomies across the region. It shares insights and best practices on strategic opportunities, operational impact and implementation challenges for financial institutions. 

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