[GreenBiz 21] Incentivizing Suppliers with Sustainable Finance and Banking

March 5, 2021

Join this session to hear about the next wave of innovative programs where organizations are partnering with banking and finance leaders to take action on both fronts at the scale needed for global impact. We’ll explore:

- How combining global sustainability ratings with an innovative new breed of loan and financing programs can boost working capital and accelerate cash flow for companies or suppliers, while providing incentives to improve sustainability performance.

- The latest developments with sustainability ratings that enable companies — including SMEs and non-listed companies — to benchmark performance, improve management systems to tackle challenges like diversity and anti-discrimination, working conditions, health and safety, environmental and climate impacts such as scope 3 GHG emissions, waste, and resource use.

- Examples of sustainability-linked programs such as reverse factoring of invoices, supply chain finance, and commercial loans, that use these ratings as a mechanism for offering incentives in the form of reduced lending and discount rates, or investment due diligence at global scale.

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