ESG is a growing trend that is affecting all industries, including the payments industry. The interest in the sector increased in recent years due to consumers' and investors' desire to see companies reflect their values. A growing number of companies have been recruiting in the sector in the past few years too. Through this approach, some companies have integrated ESG within their operations and are looking to make ESG part of their long-term strategies. Though still limited, some companies have fully dedicated ESG teams to integrate solutions and make operations more ESG-compliant, and also provide services to consumers to help them address their impact on the climate.
- In the past seven years, $10 billion was invested in ESG-related deals globally.
- Visa and Mastercard have both opted to tie executive compensation to ESG targets.
- JPMorgan Chase has a Sustainable Development Target of $2.5 trillion to facilitate and finance ESG projects over a 10-year period.
Reasons to Buy
- Understand the different ESG frameworks currently available to companies.
- Understand the different approaches taken to integrate ESG within a company.
- Understand what is driving ESG adoption in the payments industry.
- Access case study insights on ESG adoption.
Table of ContentsExecutive Summary
- Publisher's ESG Framework
- Contributing factors and mitigating actions
- Technology trends
- Macroeconomic trends
- Regulatory trends
- Industry Analysis
- Market size and growth forecasts
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Case studies
- Sector Scorecards
- Payments sector scorecard
- Further Reading
- Thematic Research Methodology
- About the Publisher
- Contact the Publisher
A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:
- American Express
- Global Payments
- Gravity Payments
- JPMorgan Chase