Green Edition

Take 5 | Q&A with Abrar A. Anwar, Managing Director & CEO, Standard Chartered Malaysia

As an international bank with presence in 59 markets globally, Standard Chartered is in a unique position to tackle climate change given its expertise in facilitating finance in the locations most vulnerable to, and least prepared for, climate risk. The bank is committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions from its own operations by 2030, and from its financing by 2050.

Abrar A. Anwar, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered Malaysia shares with us Standard Chartered’s Race to Zero commitment and how banks can play a role in tackling climate change by balancing their approach to lending, as well as provide financial incentives linked to net-zero transition.

 

Read his Q&A here.