In light of increasing pressure from investors, regulators and society, sustainable finance is gathering significant momentum globally. EY defines sustainable finance as any form of financial service that incentivizes the integration of long-term environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria into business decisions, with the goal of providing more equitable, sustainable and inclusive benefits to companies, communities and society. In Singapore, the management of environmental risks in particular has taken on added importance and urgency with the introduction of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Guidelines on Environmental Risk Management in late 2020. In this session, we provide a background to the developments in sustainable finance and an introduction to the key components of the MAS Guidelines which can effectively enhance financial institutions’ resilience to and management of environmental risk, if implemented appropriately.
Governance, Controls and Regulatory Assurance | Financial Services Partner
Ernst & Young LLP
Aloysius leads EY ASEAN Financial Services Sustainable Finance and manages their Financial Services Extended Assurance team, with a focus on internal control environment and risk management assessment of financial institutions. In his 17 years with EY, he has deep experience working with global and local financial institutions to manage their business and regulatory risks associated with their risk management and internal control processes. He currently serves as statutory auditors and outsourced internal auditors of various financial institutions with a focus on auditing the control environment designed to adhere to MAS regulatory requirements. He is a Certified Internal Auditor with the Institute of Internal Auditors and is a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
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