U.S.’s ESG policies are formulated by state and national agencies. For example, the US Securities and Exchange Commission has included ESG as a regulatory priority, and the Federal Reserve has conducted climate scenario testing for large banks.
The U.S.’s ESG asset management scale ranks among the top in the world, focusing on socially responsible investment and ESG integrated investment.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury released net zero investment guidelines
The Division of Examinations of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC for short) recently includes ESG investing in the examination priorities in 2023 to understand the latest industry development trend and protect investors from potential risks
The Federal Reserve announces that it will conduct climate scenario analysis and testing for six large banks to improve the ability of the industry and regulators to identify, measure, monitor and manage climate-related financial risks
The statistical means of sustainable investment in this report are different from those in the past. If the financial products only contain words related to “ESG” or “sustainable investment”, but do not clearly indicate that the corresponding sustainable content
At the beginning of December, the Federal Reserve planned to develop a regulatory framework for the issue of climate risk exposure management of large banks. The proposed framework is applicable to banking