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.
Canada’s top financial regulator will act to ensure that banks and other financial institutions have sufficient capital to weather the effects of intensifying physical climate risk.
Biodiversity-related disclosures, Kuroda on climate finance, mindset shifts and humility, a new Bundesbank president and more in this week’s roundup of the news in green central banking.
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