Sebastian Rink is a research at the Frankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre, inter alia, analysing the question how banks can facilitate the transformation of SMEs’ business models. Additionally, Sebastian is an associate in the Net Zero Banking Alliance Germany by the Green and Sustainable Finance Cluster Germany. His prior work includes co-developing the EU Taxonomy, policy advisory, advisory in the private financial sector, transaction management, and provision of training and education.
Finance Research Letters: Disaggregating confusion? The EU Taxonomy and its relation to ESG rating
This paper discusses the EU Taxonomy in the context of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) ratings. ESG firm-level ratings tend to differ across ESG data…Read publication