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COP28: A crucial waypoint in the Race to Zero

On 30 November, the 2023 UN Climate Change Conference begins in Dubai. With COP28 taking place in the United Arab Emirates, just one year after COP27 in Egypt, the concerns of developing economies will be at the forefront of the global climate agenda.
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Innovating Corporate Banking to Drive Kuwaits Digital Transformation

Kuwait’s leading banking innovator, Boubyan Bank is transforming corporate banking with a fully digital one-stop corporate platform. Abdul-Salam Mohammed Al-Saleh, Chief Executive Officer, Boubyan Bank’s Corporate Banking, Financial Control, Treasury and Legal Affair, discusses the bank’s corporate banking strategy, market opportunities in transactional, trade and supply chain banking and commitment to serving as a digital transformation partner to corporates.
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Sustainable Finance After COP27

Following the historic COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Dr Dalia Abdel Kader, CIB Egypt’s Chief Sustainability Officer, discusses significant outcomes that raise the bar for COP28 in Dubai.
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Transforming Treasury Teams with Tech-led Agility

To stay competitive and relevant amid shifting business and operational models, large corporates must leverage digitalisation and automation to be nimbler and more responsive, says Joseph Lee, Group Head, Treasury and Working Capital Advisory & Solutioning at DBS.
Tunisias Banking Future Emerges From its Past
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Tunisias Banking Future Emerges From its Past

With roots reaching back over 100 years, AMEN Bank is among Tunisia’s most successful and dynamic banks today. Néji Ghandri, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Amen Bank, explains how the bank has sustained its strong position over many decades and continues to bring market-leading innovation in Tunisia’s financial sector.
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Adaptation and Changing Culture to Meet Sustainability Goals

African governments are developing ambitious adaptation policies aligned with society development goals, and an enabling environment for finance and investment. There has been an increase in framework and climate change laws across Africa, including in Kenya, Egypt, Nigeria, Benin, Uganda and South Africa.
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Africas Current State of Play and Opportunities

Africa offers a huge opportunity for positive climate change action and sustainability if done sensibly and collectively. The continent has experienced significant losses and damages attributable to climate change, including drought, biodiversity loss, lower food production, weaker economic growth, and loss of lives. These impacts will exacerbate if global warming is above target but limiting global warming to 1.5°C or below would significantly reduce damages to African economies, agriculture, health, and ecosystems. The African population is heavily exposed to climate impacted sectors with over one-half of the workforce employed in agriculture.
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The Role of Banks & Financial Products in Reducing Environmental Impact

Banks have a vital role in supporting the global transition of the economy to net-zero emissions. Banks stress the need for institutional capacity development, along with regulatory and other policy reforms, to support and accelerate climate finance from domestic and external sources, both public and private, for climate resilience in Africa.
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