Thai regulators aim to create ‘green’ taxonomy

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The Bank of Thailand
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The Bank of Thailand will work with the country’s Securities and Exchange Commission and the finance ministry’s fiscal policy office to improve sustainable finance, it said in a report, released on August 18.

They plan to step up environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure, and increase incentives to invest in sustainable sectors, as well as aim to develop a environmental taxonomy of financial assets, tailored to Thailand’s needs, the report said. Thailand would adopt a wholesale

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