Sustainable Finance

  • GFMA, representing banking and capital markets members, is committed to maintaining the efficiency of global financial markets and providing help to its members as they serve corporate clients in addressing physical and transition climate risk.
  • GFMA has therefore prioritised a focus on climate finance and mobilising capital to finance the transition.


GFMA Letter on TEG EU Sustainable Taxonomy Report

September 2019  |  Correspondence  |  Regulatory Correspondence

GFMA submitted feedback to the the European Commission's Technical Expert Group's June report on a sustainable finance taxonomy for the European Union.

GFMA 2019 Sustainable Finance Survey Report

June 2019  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

GFMA has published the results of a survey of global financial institutions' sustainable finance strategies and activities. The survey, conducted in May and June of 2019, is based on the anonymized and aggregated responses of 22 of the largest globally active financial and capital market participants. The findings of this survey will be helpful to institutions to benchmark against their peers and also to help inform future policymaking.

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GFMA and BCG Report on Climate Finance Markets and the Real Economy

December 2020  |  Policy Resource  |  Sustainable Finance

The Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) published a global report outlining the market-wide and sector-specific recommendations necessary to accelerate investment in climate finance.

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GFMA Welcomes IOSCO Endorsement of ISSB Standards

28 July 2023   |   News  |  Sustainable Finance

GFMA welcomes the work to establish a global baseline for sustainability reporting and the ongoing work to maximise interoperability of ISSB standards with jurisdictional initiatives.

GFMA Releases Sustainable Finance Survey Report

27 June 2019   |   News  |  News

Washington, DC, 27 June 2019 – The Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) today published its Sustainable Finance Survey Report which demonstrates how global financial institutions are addressing environmental, social and governance considerations, including the management of physical and transitional climate risks, for themselves and their clients.

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