Women in Sustainability Podcast: Episode 2
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
1w ago
We’re delighted to bring you episode two of our new Women in Sustainability podcast series. The series, designed to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women working in the field of sustainability. The second episode, facilitated by your host Tonia Plakhotniuk, includes two more exceptional women: Nadia Nikolova, Managing Director, Lead Portfolio Manager in Developing Finance and Impact Credit, Allianz Global Investors Katherine Stodulka, Partner, SYSTEMIQ To get future episodes as soon as they’re available, remember to hit ‘subscribe’, and if you found th ..read more
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Women in Sustainability Podcast: International Women’s Day Special
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
2M ago
In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD), we’re delighted to launch our new Women in Sustainability podcast series. The series, dedicated to women working in the field of sustainability, is inspired by the aims of IWD, to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. In our first episode, Tonia Plakhotniuk interviews three exceptional women who work on advancing sustainability at NatWest: • Caroline Haas, Head of Global Climate and ESG Capital Markets • Dr Maria Carvalho, Head of Climate Economics and Data for NatWest Group • Supriya Sobti, NatWest G ..read more
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The Year Ahead: Could geopolitical tensions escalate in 2024?
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
6M ago
Geopolitical risk has risen sharply over the past year – and in recent months concerns have intensified around the prospect for further escalation across a range of geographies and dimensions. Our International Advisor and geopolitics expert Scott Livingstone, Co-Head of G10 FX Strategy Brian Daingerfield, and Global Head of Global Head of Economics & Markets Strategy John Briggs discuss the recent conflict in Israel, the effects on trade of ongoing flashpoints, and whether new geopolitical tensions will arise in the year ahead. Remember to hit follow so you can listen to the latest episo ..read more
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The Year Ahead 2024: How resilient will financial markets remain in 2024?
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
6M ago
The resilience of markets and financial institutions was tested at various times throughout 2023, raising concerns about the health of the global financial system. Will those concerns persist in the year ahead? Our Head of Primary Capital Markets James Tayler, Head of Non-Dollar Rates Strategy Imogen Bachra, and US Rates Strategist Jan Nevruzi discuss central bank strategies in the US, UK and Europe, and share their views on the potential implications for the banking sector and for fundraising in 2024.         Remember to hit follow so you can listen to the latest epis ..read more
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The Big Questions: How should businesses approach deploying AI?
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
7M ago
How should businesses approach AI adoption? Should they build, buy, partner – or neither? Where should they start, and which verticals are the low hanging fruit? In our second episode dedicated to the fascinating world of artificial intelligence, host John Briggs is joined by Shaun Johnson and Richard Socher, both partners at AIX Ventures, a seed stage venture capital firm partnering with AI startups and practitioners. They share their investment approach, what they look for in companies and technologies and, as investors in more than 50 businesses, how they think organisations should approac ..read more
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Corporate ESG 5 in 5 September
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
8M ago
Tyler Mayzes spends 5 minutes reflecting on the key ESG themes that emerged from this year’s B20 summit, hosted in India. For more on the key ESG trends shaping the market, be sure to check-out our September newsletter: https://www.natwest.com/corporates/insights/sustainability/corporate-esg-monthly/sustainability-reporting-corporates-facing-csrd.html To get the latest 5 in 5 episodes as soon as they’re available, remember to hit ‘subscribe’, and if you found the content useful click ‘like’ so it’s easier for others to find. NB: This was recorded on 28 September 2023.  For any terms used ..read more
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Policy & Regulation ESG 5 in 5 September
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
8M ago
Tonia Plakhotniuk spends 5 minutes reflecting on the official recommendation by the European Commission on Transition Finance, published over the summer. To access our monthly Sustainable Finance Policy and Regulation Round-up, be sure to click the link: https://www.natwest.com/corporates/insights/regulation/european-securities-market-supervisor-sets-expectations.html To get the latest 5 in 5 episodes as soon as they’re available, remember to hit ‘subscribe’, and if you found the content useful click ‘like’ so it’s easier for others to find. NB: This was recorded on 18 Sept 2023.  For any ..read more
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Corporate ESG 5 in 5 July
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
9M ago
Nick Bulloch spends 5 minutes reflecting on the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) new Supplier Engagement Guidance, and the key considerations for Corporates when incorporating Scope 3 into sustainable finance. For more on the key ESG trends shaping the market, be sure to check-out our July newsletter:  https://www.natwest.com/corporates/insights/sustainability/corporate-esg-monthly/increasing-guidance-on-supply-chain-engagement-in-order-to-target-scope-3-emissions.html  To get the latest 5 in 5 episodes as soon as they’re available, remember to hit ‘subscribe’, and if you foun ..read more
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Financial Institution ESG 5 in 5 August
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Commercial and Institutional
9M ago
Douglas Shuffman spends 5 minutes discussing the key insights from our Global Sustainable Fixed Income Investor Survey. The survey included 225 asset managers involved in making or executing fixed income investment decisions and implementing related ESG strategies. To access the full survey, be sure to click the link: https://www.natwest.com/corporates/insights/sustainability/climate-risks-and-opportunities.html To get the latest 5 in 5 episodes as soon as they’re available, remember to hit ‘subscribe’, and if you found the content useful click ‘like’ so it’s easier for others to find. NB: Thi ..read more
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Corporate ESG 5 in 5 June
NatWest Commercial and Institutional
by NatWest Corporates and Institutions
11M ago
Niceasia Mc Perry spends 5 minutes reflecting on the importance of social bonds, in the sustainability debt market, and why they should not be overlooked. For more on the key ESG trends shaping the market, be sure to check-out our June newsletter: https://www.natwest.com/corporates/insights/sustainability/corporate-esg-monthly/european-professional-investors-embrace-social-bonds.html To get the latest 5 in 5 episodes as soon as they’re available, remember to hit ‘subscribe’, and if you found the content useful click ‘like’ so it’s easier for others to find.  NB: This was recorded on 21 Ju ..read more
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