Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Round-up: France’s central bank on biodiversity, World Bank on sustainability-linked bond loopholes

Central banks should broaden their action on nature-related risks by incorporating biodiversity shocks into stress tests of financial institutions, the Banque de France has declared. Deputy governor Sylvie Goulard said, in a speech to a conference co-hosted by the Network for ...

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