ESG CRITERIA AND COVID-19: THE EMERGING ROLE OF THE “S”
La direttiva PSD2 – Dall’Open Banking all’Open Finance
The acronym “ESG” stands for Environmental, Social and Governance and is a concept used in the financial world to measure the sustainability of an investment. The environmental criteria analyse the impact of an investment focusing on waste and pollution, greenhouse gas emission, climate change, deforestation, water resources and so on. The social criteria considers the […]
Insurance: an important risk management strategy in many countries.
Con la direttiva PSD2, le banche europee sono state costrette ad aprire le proprie API (Application Program Interface) a società fintech e ad altre società che si occupano di servizi e prodotti finanziari. Questo ha consentito a società terze l’accesso ai dati di pagamento, portando ad una maggiore competizione nelle aree di tradizionale dominio delle […]
Sustainable finance and innovation as tools to recover from the crisis.
Risk management is a process made of different steps followed by companies and countries to face risks. By risk we mean the possibility of financial loss due to some unexpected events in the future. The outcome of a financial operation in the future can rise or get down: we have some expectations and risk is […]
The current crisis is making us understand how socio-environmental dynamics can influence the economy, and how sometimes they can be real threats. Sustainable finance can help us prevent and limit these threats. Sustainable finance is the application of sustainable development to the financial activities, and it aims to generate value in the long run by […]