Taming the green swan: Asia Pacific prudential regulation in the face of climate risks
Countries in Asia Pacific region can use micro and macroprudential policies to build resiliance to the effects of the climate crisis, according to policy experts from WWF. …
Heat on the horizon: how Asia’s financial regulators must rise to the climate challenge
Countries in the Asia Pacific region are highly vulnerable to climate change and central banks must do more to mitigate the physical and transition risks, say policy experts from WWF.
EBA chair calls ESG risk a ‘clear and present danger’
European Banking Authority highlights ESG to banks, a study finds Paris target will require stranded assets, war and the reality of a disorderly transition, and more from this week in green central banking.
Call for central banks to use own climate risk ratings
A Reserve Bank of New Zealand consultation on climate and monetary policy, a call for central banks to use their own climate credit ratings, a Fed review of central bank climate communications and more from this week in green central …
Weekly roundup: mandatory climate disclosures and new green taxonomy
Canada’s mandatory climate disclosures for banks and insurers, Colombia’s new green taxonomy, Malaysia’s financial exposure to nature-related risk, and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: climate scenarios fail to capture full risks, says World Bank
Climate-related scenarios and physical shocks, a call for ECB targeted green financing, the MNB’s climate-related financial disclosure, and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: Malaysian climate lending facility and Yellen on capital rules
The Malaysian central bank launches a new climate lending facility, US Treasury Secretary says climate capital rules are premature, and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: Hong Kong stress test and Malaysia climate requirements
A climate risk stress test of Hong Kong banks, new regulations for Malaysian banks, a review of research on monetary policy and climate risk and more from this week in green central banking.
Weekly roundup: ‘Green Flamingos’ and Danmarks Nationalbank on climate price stability
Danish central bank on climate and price stability, new EU climate reporting standards, the ‘Green Flamingo’ of emerging markets and how Latin American central banks failing on climate change. This and more from this week in green central banking…
Weekly roundup: Fed politics and XR target BoE
The ECB’s Isabel Schnabel on climate, a new green strategy from Bank of Thailand, the Fed and US climate politics and Extinction Rebellion rallies outside Bank of England in a “blood money march” calling for an immediate end to all …
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