Citi is having tough conversations with clients. There must be new pragmatism and partnerships. Jane Fraser has been CEO since March. Here she outlines the huge challenges facing one of the world’s biggest banks to help achieve Net Zero.
How has giant global bank HSBC increased profits by 80% in the face of acute economic stress created by COVID-19. And how will it ensure profitability as it prepares for the next, fast approaching existential crisis – the Climate Emergency? CEO Noel Quinn explains.
Christiana Figueres described the political declarations at President Biden’s virtual climate summit as “significant” and a “turning point”. But she warned we are not prepared for the “long tail of devastating effects” of the damage already done.
New @Citi CEO Jane Fraser details #ClimateEmergency challenges for banks & finance. Tough conversations with clients. New pragmatism & partnerships. All critical to reach #NetZero #Citi #leadershiphttps://t.co/GjO0GfUh0s— Think Unthinkable (@Think_Unthink) May 7, 2021
We highlight cutting edge decisions by #leaders on how to adapt at speed to new realities. @HSBC CEO Noel Quinn on securing big new profitability & the ‘wake up call’ from #ClimateEmergency @FIIKSA #FIIESG #ESGImpact #ImpactOnHumanity https://t.co/XHTujCEluL— Think Unthinkable (@Think_Unthink) May 3, 2021
What keeps @NikGowing & @langdonchris awake at night? Their insights on Biden's #ClimateEmergency summit. And why is global collaboration needed NOW on #vaccine rollout? #COVID19 #TheFutureWeChoose @GlobalOptimism @CFigueres @davidnabarro @4SD_info https://t.co/SWgdriEBZl— Think Unthinkable (@Think_Unthink) April 29, 2021
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