Europe

Europe

Green QE on the Cards as Sovereigns Get Ready

Investors are expecting a new green quantitative easing programme to start the new decade as the ECB seeks greener investment opportunities and more sovereigns...

Brexit Brings Risks, Opportunities for UK Islamic finance

The United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union (EU) on January 31. Uncertainty looms as to whether the government will secure a...

Who Pays for the Green Deal?

Under President Ursula von der Leyen, the new European Commission has big plans to address climate change. With a 1 trillion euro investment package,...

Banking Challenger App Niyah Launches Services in the UK for Nation’s...

Niyah, a banking challenger app, has officially launched its services in the United Kingdom for the country’s Islamic community. The company claims it’s “the...

Standard Chartered Private Bank Launches ESG Select to Strengthen Fund Selection...

Standard Chartered Private Bank has launched “ESG Select” to better identify and curate wealth solutions for clients. The Bank will apply this new review...

Luxembourg Stock Exchange in Talks with Indian Firms to Issue Green...

The Luxembourg Stock Exchange is in talks with Indian conglomerates to issue green bonds and tap into India's green finance market, its CEO Robert...