PRB: Informative session for consultancies and providers supporting PRB banks

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UNEP FI Secretariat

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Principles for Responsible Banking: Informative session for consultancies and providers supporting PRB banks The Principles for Responsible Banking (PRB) are a unique framework for ensuring that the strategies and practices of signatory banks align with the vision that society has set out for its future in the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement. Over 270 banks representing over 45% of banking assets worldwide have now joined this movement for change. We acknowledge that many consultancies, service, and assurance providers are supporting banks in their PRB implementation or providing assurance for their annual reports. The objective of this webinar is to offer to these finance professionals, a comprehensive explanation of PRB requirements, impact analysis and target setting expectations, and highlight key documents for the implementation. Agenda: • Principles for Responsible Banking requirements • Impact analysis expectations • What a good target under PRB is • Assurance requirements

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