Policy and Regulation

Explainer: MEPs vote on bank ESG disclosures and ‘one-for-one’ rule

MEPs back ESG risk disclosures for banks but fail to support a rule requiring them to finance new fossil fuel activities solely from their own capital. 

Members of the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (Econ) voted on January 24 to back changes to the EU Capital Requirements ...

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