A Common Path to Improve European Climate Risk Stress Testing and Scenarios Analysis
Survey results show banks are gaining valuable insights from climate risk stress tests, but improvements are needed to effectively manage those risks.
Climate-related financial policy index
This comprehensive study examines the climate-related financial policies of 74 countries between 2000 and 2020 to create an index ranking each country across five green policy areas.
Include Mandatory Banking Transition Plans Within Pillar 2
This paper by the Institute for Climate Economics makes the case for climate transition plans to be fully integrated into prudential regulation for banks in the European Union.
Central Banking and Climate Action
Although the PBoC operates within China’s unique economic, political, and financial environment, there is considerable scope for its policies to be replicated elsewhere.
Realising Central Banks’ Climate Ambitions Through Financial Stability Mandates
Effective green central banking governance should be based on a synthesis between monetary and macroprudential policymaking, finds this study of G20 climate-related policies and mandates.
Assessing Financial Risks from Physical Climate Shocks : A Framework for Scenario Generation
Scenarios developed to assess the financial risks from physical climatic events do not fully capture such shocks, finds this World Bank paper from three distinguished sustainable finance academics.
Identifying, Managing and Disclosing Climate-related Financial Risks: Options for the Reserve Bank of India
This groundbreaking joint report quantifies the extent of lending by Indian banks to fossil fuel assets and examines the risks to the Indian financial system.
Central Banking and Supervision in the Biosphere
Biodiversity loss represents a major threat to financial stability, and mitigation requires urgent transformative changes in our socioeconomic and financial systems, finds this paper from NGFS. …
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