The below reports which accompany the digital tools, provide deeper insights into the key trends and developments in sustainable finance globally, as well as an analysis of the ESG integration performance of the assessed banks.
The 2022 update of the bank’s E&S integration performance of 36 ASEAN banks and 10 major Japanese and Korean banks. The report introduces a new sector framework on seafood and provides focused analysis on nature and correlation between banks performance and regulation. View / Download
During the second half of 2022, WWF-Singapore conducted a baseline assessment of 41 banks’ seafood-related sector policies to understand how banks are currently managing E&S risks in their seafood portfolios, and where, specifically, additional support may be most needed. This report highlights key findings from this assessment, provides actionable recommendations for banks, and directs readers to practical resources to guide next steps View / Download
This report provides an update of the banks’ E&S integration performance of 36 ASEAN banks and 10 major Japanese and Korean banks. The report introduces a maturity model framework that maps SUSBA indicators into the four typical phases that banks go through. View / Download
The 2020 update of banks' E&S integration performance, introducing 10 major Japanese and Korean banks, with a summary of select sustainable finance developments since the last report. New for the 2020 edition of SUSBA is the addition of commitments and client policies that banks can adopt for high-risk sectors. Palm oil and energy sectors were added in this the first release of sector commitments and policies framework. View / Download
This report provides an update on global and ASEAN sustainable finance developments and analyses the progress in CG and ESG integration assessment results at the regional- and country-level. View / Download
This report looks at the potential and first steps taken by the ASEAN banking sector in driving sustainable development in the region. It reviews the sustainable finance regulatory landscape to shed light on the CG and ESG integration performance of banks. View / Download