“Our goal is to build momentum for change. We want to help every member, from start-ups to scale-ups, financial institutions and corporates, on their ESG journeys, via inspiring stories and by offering practical resources to help embed ESG practices authentically into how we all do business.”
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The Payments Association’s ESG Working Group brings together thought-leaders on ESG from across our payments community to bring together helpful resources allowing the whole industry to better understand, and act on, the business imperative for having an Environmental, Social and Governance strategy. Our Working Group hopes to be a meaningful stepping-stone and accelerator to enable ESG to become business as usual for all members of The Payments Association and beyond.
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