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Eurozone banks under fire for poor climate risk disclosures

Lenders from the eurozone face increasing pressure and possible enforcement action for failing to meet the European Central Bank’s climate risk disclosure expectations. The European Central Bank’s supervisory assessment of institutions’ climate-related and environmental risk disclosures report, published in March, found that for the second year running, eurozone banks came ...

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