BNP Paribas is committed to bringing its financing and investment activities in line with the International Energy Agency (IEA) scenario, which aims to keep #Global Warming below 2°C by the end of the century. To achieve this goal, the world must reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, starting with #oil and gas from shale and #oil from tar sands whose extraction and production emits high levels of greenhouse gases and has harmful effects on the environment.
E-pub showcases pioneering approaches to supply chain finance, employee engagement and global sourcing SOURCE: Avnet, Inc.
PHOENIX, May 23, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Avnet, a leading global technology distributor, today released the May 2017 issue of Supply Chain Navigator, the award-winning journal dedicated to supply chain thought leadership. This special edition examines how #Industry#Leaders including Cisco, General Electric, Nestle, Nike and Puma are reimagining their ...
By Kelly Eisenhardt SOURCE: CSRwire
Understanding personal values of CEOs informs employees and investors about a company’s #Commitment to #Ethics and #Corporate social responsibility. In a #Paper titled “Relation between personal values of CEOs and their #Commitment to #Corporate social responsibility”, Professor Erhemjamts and her student Sarah Maher examined #Corporate social responsibility (CSR) ratings of S&P500 companies along with social capital of the states their CEOs grew up ...
Sports company Puma and European bank BNP Paribas have teamed up to offer a supplier financing program to Puma suppliers that improve their environmental, health and #Safety and social performance. Supply chain financing allows a large corporation to provide attractive financing options to its suppliers, which benefit from the corporation’s credit rating. Under the new [...]
By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON, Sept 18 (Reuters) - More than 340 institutional investors representing $24 trillion in assets on Thursday called on government #Leaders attending next week's United Nations #climate summit to set #carbon pricing policies that encourage the private sector to invest in cleaner technologies. Firms signing a joint letter include BlackRock, Calvert Investments, BNP Paribas Investment Partners and Standard Bank. ...
Monday, July 28, 2014 From the Global Financial Integrity Blog: Debate in Delaware on Anonymous Companies Why Wildlife Trafficking and Anonymous Companies are Mutually Inclusive Why Tanzania Needs to be Careful with Gas Revenues New Thomson Reuters Foundation Media Program to Investigate Illicit Finance, Tax Abuse What [...]
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 From the Global Financial Integrity Blog: Someone Gets Fired at BNP Paribas Why Swiss Banks Can’t Be as Secretive in 2014 as 1934 How Stopping Boko Haram Means Curtailing Illicit Finance Event Recap: Why Illicit Financial Flows are Europe's Common Enemy Why Offshore Tax Havens Should [...]
TBLI CONFERENCE returns to New York City, connecting speakers and attendees from Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Boston Common Asset Management, MSCI, Madeira Global, Halloran Philanthropies, Thomson Reuters, IFC, Moody's Financial Services, IEX and Ceres, to name just a few.