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KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Banking Group’s green portfolio has increased to RM3.25bil year-to-date from RM3bil at end-2020, according to group managing director and group chief executive officer Datuk Khairussaleh Ramli.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) plans to release a public consultation paper on Sustainable and Responsible Investment (SRI) Taxonomy by year-end to provide more clarity and guidance in identifying sustainable investment assets or activities.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) plans to release a public consultation paper on Sustainable and Responsible Investment (SRI) taxonomy by year-end to provide more clarity and guidance in identifying sustainable investment assets or activities.
SHANGHAI: Asian shares rose on Friday and a gauge of global equities edged closer to record highs after U.S. President Joe Biden embraced a bipartisan Senate infrastructure deal, raising hopes for an extended rebound in the world's largest economy.
CHICAGO: United Airlines Holdings Inc is poised to buy more than 200 Airbus SE and Boeing Co jetliners, one of the largest purchases in its history, as the United States carrier revamps its single-aisle fleet with more efficient planes, according to people familiar with the plans.
LONDON: Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has pledged to bolster the UK finance industry’s competitive edge for decades to come – the latest move by the UK government to champion a sector that it largely ignored during Brexit.
Washington: As he prepares to blast off into a new career stage, Jeff Bezos leaves an enduring legacy after transforming Amazon from a modest online bookseller into one of the world’s most powerful corporations.
How a fairer global system will impact Malaysia
LONDON: Big businesses in Britain are rushing ahead with post-lockdown investment plans that could usher in a long-awaited improvement in the country's weak productivity growth, a survey of chief finance officers showed.
LONDON: Leading international energy companies are resisting the temptation to rush and spend an unexpected windfall from rallying oil and natural gas prices as they focus on longer-term energy transition challenges, executives and analysts said.