Leveraging ESG compliance to lower the cost of equity and create new revenue opportunities.
Financial-grade, auditable CO2e disclosure
Future-proof solutions that comply with financed emissions (Scope 3.15)
disclosure regulations under SFDR (and PCAF) and empower banks to
navigate the complexities of reporting & improve BTAR.
It's a win win solution
Helping SMEs and banks
Without SMEs we cannot achieve Net Zero, as worldwide, they represent 99% of businesses and 50% of CO2e emissions.
There are currently barriers to achieving this.
SMEs lack resources and incentives to report CO2e. This means data on CO2e is scarce and of poor quality, excluding SMEs from green finance and taking action towards Net Zero.
“With the help of Omnevue's quality CO2e reporting solutions, SMEs with higher emissions and a Net Zero Plan (NZP) can be prioritised by banks for green financing on preferential terms to invest in CO2e reduction projects. Banks are also incentivised, they can use the CO2e report and NZP to classify their finance as green, reducing their own emissions (Scope 3) and lowering cost of equity.”
Helping banks meet sustainability priorities
Banks need to comply with Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and report with confidence on their financed emissions (Scope 3.15).
Reduce Cost of Capital by optimizing BTAR* and GAR**, and accelerate the creation of bespoke green financing.
Positioning as a sustainability thought leader and protection from mis-selling, greenwashing & regulatory sanctions.
Enabling banks to meet the needs of SME customers
Banks can help SMEs to comply with their own disclosure regulations by offering solutions that measure and certify ESG & CO2e.
Access to capital
Banks incentivise SMEs to decarbonise through innovative Green Financing programmes.
Support SMEs by reducing their transition costs, providing guidance towards decarbonisation, digital business flows and enhanced cyber security.
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Help shape the parameters of GHG emissions accounting and reporting
Join the collaboration of FIs, industry associations, policymakers and standard setters in the co-development of the industry technical document that details leading-edge data analytics, measurement techniques and reporting frameworks aligned with the transition to net zero.
Co-sponsors of the technical document share the commitment to positively influence the evolution, transparency and independence of the technical standards, ensuring they remain continuously fit for purpose.
Mastercard Fintech Forum
Mastercard recently invited Omnevue to participate in the Fintech Forum in Berlin. Omnevue Co-founder and Chief Science Officer Dr Marc Lepere was on the ‘SME Decarbonization’ panel, discussing why it’s important to ensure that carbon emission data is of high quality (what we refer to as financial-grade data) and how it is only data of this kind that can enable a business to make critical decisions that impact the P&L.Learn more about the data quality story
Solutions that are regulation compliant
Financed Emissions (Scope 3.15)
In adherence to sustainability goals, banks are obligated to comply with the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). This necessitates accurate reporting on financed emissions, specifically within Scope 3.15, ensuring transparency and accountability in the financial sector’s contribution to environmental sustainability.
Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF)
The Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF) is a finance industry-led initiative. Omnevue’s suite of CO2e reporting solutions are future-proofed for banks, facilitating compliance with Financed Emissions (Scope 3.15) Disclosure Regulations under SFDR and aligned to PCAF.
*Banking Book Taxonomy Alignment Ratio (BTAR)
BTAR is GAR including non-NFRD (non-financial reporting directive) undertakings invested in EU Taxonomy-aligned economic activities as a proportion of the total covered assets.
**Green Asset Ratio (GAR)
GAR is the proportion of a credit institution’s assets that finance and are invested in EU Taxonomy-aligned economic activities as a proportion of the total covered assets.