20 min

HSBC’s Sibos Spotlight: Embedding ESG in Trade and Supply Chains HSBC Global Viewpoint: Banking and Markets

    • Business

Welcome to HSBC’s Sibos Spotlight, a podcast miniseries in collaboration with Treasury Management International (TMI). Throughout this series we will explore the critical topics on the Sibos 2021 agenda that will shape our industry in the next decade, including sustainability, digital acceleration and technological innovation.
 
In the second episode, TMI’s Eleanor Hill speaks to Surath Sengupta (HSBC) about embedding ESG into trade and supply chains. Our guest shares many valuable insights on how treasurers can improve their ESG metrics in the trade space, discusses the barriers to overcome when leveraging sustainable solutions, and considers if external collaboration between treasury departments and their suppliers is the key to ESG implementation success.
 
To find out more about HSBC’s presence at Sibos 2021, visit here

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Welcome to HSBC’s Sibos Spotlight, a podcast miniseries in collaboration with Treasury Management International (TMI). Throughout this series we will explore the critical topics on the Sibos 2021 agenda that will shape our industry in the next decade, including sustainability, digital acceleration and technological innovation.
 
In the second episode, TMI’s Eleanor Hill speaks to Surath Sengupta (HSBC) about embedding ESG into trade and supply chains. Our guest shares many valuable insights on how treasurers can improve their ESG metrics in the trade space, discusses the barriers to overcome when leveraging sustainable solutions, and considers if external collaboration between treasury departments and their suppliers is the key to ESG implementation success.
 
To find out more about HSBC’s presence at Sibos 2021, visit here

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

20 min

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