Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Briefing: FSB urges regulators to adopt more consistent global approach to climate

The Financial Stability Board has published a report warning regulators of the grave systemic risks posed by climate change and urging them to adopt a more consistent global approach. 

The 56-page document, ‘Supervisory and Regulatory Approaches to Climate-related Risks: Interim Report’, is framed as a consultation on ...

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