* Source: The Banker, Investment Banking Awards 2018
The Green & Sustainable Hub team has global presence:
...who work closely with a network of 100 “Green Captains” coming from all CIB’s businesses and acting as ambassadors for green revenue generation efforts.
“The GSH team was conceived as a dedicated cross-asset task force involving all CIB’s areas of expertise to offer our clients the best funding and investment solutions with a deep green footprint. Our approach is unique on the market and based on strong convictions: one is that green idea is asset-class agnostic, another is a desire for green integrity, whereby the bank practices what it preaches.”
Global Head of Green & Sustainable Finance
Source: The Banker, Investment Banking Awards 2018
Source: Euromoney - Fixed Income Survey 2018
Source: EXTEL 2017
September 2018 marks the 3rd anniversary of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that was agreed upon in September 2015 by 193 countries, and has since proven to be a rallying point for governments, businesses and investors. It applies for governments abroad and domestically and for companies inwardly and outwardly. Under conditions we tried to clarify, the 2030 Agenda could serve as unifying framework to tie together the sustainability disparate actions of governments, corporations, entrepreneurs, investors, and NGOs.
On this occasion, Natixis Green & Sustainable Hub’s Center of Expertise releases its first flagship report titled “Solving the Sustainable Development Goals Rubik’s Cube – An impact-based toolkit for issuers and investors”. This publication aims first at spurring methodical innovation. It identifies and proposes actionable tools for embedding SDG footprint assessment into corporate strategy and funding or portfolio management, and avoid evidence less contribution claims.
Natixis has fully integrated sustainability as a transverse theme in its 2018-2020 strategic plan “New Dimension”. It is committed to build on its historic sustainable expertise in order to achieve strong environmental and social strategic ambitions, including:
In line with its announcement during the Climate Finance Day in Paris, Natixis has built on its full range of sector expertise to develop an innovative Green Weighting Factor methodology.
This innovative mechanism provides for a positive adjustment on analytical RWA for deals that create affirmative climate and environmental action, while involving a negative adjustment on deals with an adverse environmental impact.