SMBC is the first Japanese bank to rethink coal financing policy

Japanese bank SMBC is to reconsider its prolific funding of coal-fired plants, the first of the nation’s major banks to do so. Speaking on an earnings briefing this week, the president of Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, SMBC’s parent company, said …
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