Banks do best for society when they have more capital, not less

The decision by the European Parliament’s economics committee not to require banks to hold one euro in capital reserves for every euro of fossil fuel financing is a missed opportunity. On January 24, EU policymakers demonstrated that when it comes to financial stability, memory is short. Members of the European ...

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