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The Russian invasion of Ukraine shocks politics, business and society. The assumption that increasing economic interdependence and interdependence based on it promotes global security is shaken by the war.

The war hits the German economy in a phase of upheaval: the planned transformation of industrial society into a "green economy", which also directly affects Germany's banks. On the one hand, they control the necessary financial flows and investments. On the other hand, as highly regulated capital providers, they are themselves in the middle of the ESG-compliant orientation of their business.

Risks, opportunities and a detailed action plan

The Russia-Ukraine war marks a new geostrategic challenge for the megatopic of ESG, which now presents itself to banks under new auspices. On the one hand, accelerating and, on the other hand, cost-driving tendencies can be foreseen, which will also have a timely effect on the risk scenarios to be considered by the banks and their range of offers.

In our white paper "New Geopolitical Challenges in ESG Transformation: A 10-Point Plan for Banks", we take a comprehensive look at the current impact on financial institutions and highlight risks and opportunities. In addition, authors Matthias Mayer and Daniel Sommer provide concrete recommendations for action with a 10-point action plan - for managing and expanding business, optimising systems and processes and reducing non-financial risks.

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