Policy and Regulation

Regulatory briefing: FSB faces US backlash on climate risk proposals

The Financial Stability Board’s interim report on climate-related risks has drawn fire from US-based business and banking advocacy groups as the debate in the country on environmental regulation grows increasingly polarised.

Published in April, the ‘Supervisory and Regulatory Approaches to Climate-related Risks: Interim report’ is a key part of ...

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