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Sustainable Finance

The sustainable finance agenda is focused on developing a financial system which takes into account environmental, social and governance considerations in how it operates, and in the products and services it offers to consumers and investors.


AFME is a strong supporter of the EU’s aim to be a leader in driving the development of a more sustainable financial system, including via the implementation of its Sustainable Finance Action Plan and the European Green Deal.

AFME has established the Sustainable Finance Steering Committee that meets regularly to discuss, debate and develop strategies for increasing the role of environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations in wholesale finance.

Key areas of focus for AFME on Sustainable Finance include:

  • Development of coherent and holistic EU strategy to direct private capital to sustainable investment
  • Enhancement of ESG Reporting and Disclosure at the EU and globally (in the context of planned review by the EC of the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD)
  • Finalisation of the EU Taxonomy for green activities at the legislative level and development of its usability for capital markets transactions
  • Pragmatic and risk-sensitive integration of ESG considerations into banking prudential and supervisory frameworks (in the context of the EBA mandates to the European Commission)
  • Support incorporation of ESG and Sustainable Finance considerations across various capital markets product areas and business functions
Key Documents
ESG Data Reports







GFMA Publications


Our experts are always on hand to help. Use the contacts below for any immediate queries regarding Sustainable Finance.

Caroline Liesegang

Head of Prudential Regulation, Sustainable Finance and Research

Oliver Moullin

Managing Director, Sustainable Finance, General Counsel and Company Secretary

Rachel Sumption

Manager, Sustainable Finance