'Critical': Mark Carney launches Net Zero Financial Services Providers Alliance

Cecilia Keating
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'Critical': Mark Carney launches Net Zero Financial Services Providers Alliance

Eighteen organisations spanning breadth of financial service industry form financial sector’s newest climate-focused coalition

Global credit rating agencies, stock exchanges, index providers, credit ratings agencies, and auditors have come together to form the Net Zero Financial Services Providers Alliance, pledging to align their products and services with global climate goals. The London Stock Exchange Group, Deloitte, KPMG, EY, PwC, S&P Global, and Moody's Corporation are among the 18 founding members of the Alliance, which will be launched today by UN special envoy on climate action and finance and former Bank of England governor Mark Carney. All members of the Net Zero Financial Services Providers Allian...

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