Sustainable Finance & Climate Strategy
With sustainable finance issuances reaching new milestones in both developed and emerging economies, changing investment patterns are altering global financial markets. The significant financing gap in meeting the SDGs, along with the devastating impacts of climate change exacerbate the need for mainstreaming sustainable finance in the global economy.
On the one hand, climate strategies need to integrate sustainable finance into business and investment decisions, and on the other, need to accelerate climate transition to safeguard business, social and environmental interests.
auctusESG, with experienced practitioners at its helm, is uniquely placed to facilitate businesses and investors allocate their capital appropriately to achieve a sustainable global economy. auctusESG’s solutions focus on providing a 360° systemic approach to sustainable finance, including board-level strategies and frameworks, development of financial products and services, appraising and structuring of climate-aligned investments.
Frameworks for responsible banking and ESG investments, including governance and sustainability strategy for Board of Directors and management
Climate strategies and ESG with a risk-return-impact charter
Institutionalisation and operationalisation of UN Principles of Responsible Investing, UN Principles of Responsible Banking, TCFD and EU taxonomy
Development and structuring of sustainable financeproducts in:
- Climate finance focusing on Instruments like Climate Finance Facilities
- Green finance, including green bonds, wholesale and retail green products
- ESG investing, social and developmental finance
- Sustainable-linked lending and development of alternative financial instruments
The development of proposals for multilateral and fund granting agencies like Green Climate Fund
auctusESG endeavours to help clients achieve risk-adjusted returns along with sustainability goals, to ensure the longevity and value-creation in investor portfolios, and hedge against potential physical and transition risks.