"FinTech in particular has great potential to be a force for good. We can bring together the power of finance and technology, to help create a more inclusive society and a more sustainable planet."
– Ravi Menon, Managing Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore
FinTech for an Inclusive Society and a Sustainable Planet
Project Greenprint is a collection of initiatives that aims to harness technology and data to enable a more transparent, trusted and efficient ESG ecosystem to enable green and sustainable finance.
Growing a vibrant Green FinTech ecosystem in Singapore; scaling Green FinTech solutions beyond Singapore
Enabling connections across financial institutions, investors, green technology and solution providers, ESG service providers, and corporates
Trusted Data Flows
Developing digital infrastructure to facilitate the flow of consistent, clear and reliable ESG data, with access to other global and sectoral data platforms
Project Greenprint Platforms
MAS will partner the industry to develop digital utilities that facilitate the efficient flow of trusted ESG data, to support financial institutions and businesses in mobilising capital to sustainable projects, monitoring commitments and measuring impact.
An integrated disclosure portal to ease sustainability reporting and enhance access to ESG data. Reporting companies can upload corporate-level sustainability data onto the portal, of which will be mapped against various standards and frameworks. This addresses corporates’ current pain points where they must report in different systems, templates and formats. On a consent basis, these data can be shared with authorised recipients, facilitating the transfer of data to multiple stakeholders.
This project will start with a pilot with SGX for listed issuers in Singapore and SGX will be looking to on board the first batch of listed issuers in 2022. Beyond the pilot, the portal will seek to also reflect other regulatory or voluntary disclosure requirements by other government agencies and private sector players based in Singapore.
Download paper on SGX public consultation for the ESG Disclosure Portal
The Greenprint Registry will be powered by STACS’ ESGpedia, which is currently deployed in its beta phase, with ongoing partnerships with numerous leading financial, non-governmental organisations (“NGOs”) and a growing ecosystem starting with the agri-food, building and construction, transport and logistics, carbon credit, and renewable energy sectors.
The digital platform will provide curated listings of solution providers, solution seekers and investors to facilitate discovery, acceleration of partnerships and channeling of investments towards green and sustainable solutions and initiatives. It is expected to launch in 2023.