The world’s central banks and regulators are watching governments create policies and promises that will cause short-term economic pain, in the name of long-term sustainability.
There is much discussion about the physical impacts of climate change on Africa, but the central banks of this continent are well aware of, and
In 2020, the European Central Bank (ECB) released its guidance for inclusion of climate change in risk management frameworks. The 2022 survey conducted by the
The US government is picking up pace on climate change, and banks’ risk departments should follow suit
Banks struggling to create economic scenarios to replicate climate pathways ought to review the recent Whitehouse whitepaper on how they are incorporating climate change into
Recent problems at Credit Suisse, Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank have rekindled market fears around liquidity and stability within the banking sector. It is
The UK’s ‘Mission Zero’ report offers banks a useful blueprint for measuring the gulf between ambition and policy. The report and its recommendations are useful