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As the world’s third largest economy, Japan’s government and financial regulators have taken significant steps to better enable its financial sector to contribute toward global sustainability goals. The PRI Japan policy team works with and alongside signatories to engage with policy makers to ensure that upcoming policies increasingly position Japan as a leader in sustainable finance Although Japanese investors are increasingly attuned to sustainability issues, investors also face a lack of tools, information, and guidance as they seek to turn awareness into action. To help support signatories realise their responsible investment objectives, the PRI Japan policy team will focus its support for further reforms on the following themes: investor duties to consider sustainability risks and impacts, ESG disclosure, and stewardship.
An analysis of the $2,854bn private retirement system in Japan and how policy and structural characteristics affect sustainability.
[Region: Japan] This briefing sets out key policy priorities to set Japan on a pathway to achieve a net zero emissions economy; and to do so in a way that is economically, politically and technologically achievable and ultimately beneficial. It is based on research from PRI’s Inevitable Policy Response project.
PRIは、2019年11月よりThe Generation Foundation が支援する「A Legal Framework for Impact」プロジェクトの一環として、UNEP FIと協働しながら11の国/地域における既存の法的枠組みを調査し、投資家
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It is crucial that assessing and accounting for sustainability impact becomes a core part of investment activity. That’s why PRI, UNEP FI and The Generation Foundation are leading our work programme “A Legal Framework for Impact.”