climate-related financial risks
Analysis, Climate
March 28, 2024

Banks resist public disclosures on climate-related financial risks

Global standard-setter BCBS told that its proposals on climate disclosures are ill-conceived
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US real estate
Analysis, Climate
March 13, 2024

Climate researchers uncover 'previously unidentified financial stability concern' in US real estate

Climate risk not properly priced into US property market
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Climate, Opinion
March 4, 2024

Hey GenAI: how do you solve a problem like greenwashing?

GenAI : a one-stop shop solution to greenwashing, or another gimmick?
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Flood risk
Analysis, Climate
January 23, 2024

More than 70% of Apac bank assets exposed to flood risk 

Apac banks’ loan books could end up underwater as sea level rises
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nature risk disclosures
Climate, News
January 16, 2024

More than 40 banks commit to TNFD’s nature risk disclosures

Milestone reached as seven G-sibs among banks signing up to voluntary regime
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Climate, Exclusive
December 21, 2023

ClientEarth warns 10 top banks to stop financing Saudi Aramco, or face potential legal action

So far, one bank has agreed to talks in the New Year
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transition risk
Climate, News
December 14, 2023

World’s first nature scenario analyses downplay transition risk

Tough measures to stop nature erosion won’t substantially impact banks' bottom line
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Climate, Culture & Conduct, Opinion
December 12, 2023

Risk round-up: What developments in UK banking litigation can we expect in 2024?

As part of our end-of-year series, what’s next on the litigation landscape
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Climate, Research
December 11, 2023

EU banks are ill-equipped to report climate risk impacts, says EBF

Banks fail on data quality, disclosure and transparency around climate change
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VELSEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 5: Tata Steel steel mill close to the North Sea coast and port of IJmuiden on October 5 ,2023 in Velsen. Tata steel is one of the major polluters in the Netherlands in terms of CO2, nitrogen and heavy metals such as lead and mercury and residents around Tata Steel, formerly Hoogovens, have been concerned for some time about carcinogenic substances falling into the area. (Photo by Sjoerd van der Wal/Getty Images)
Analysis, Climate
November 16, 2023

EU banks penalise borrowers for climate risk

Study shows lower-emission firms get better ‘rub of the green’ from lenders
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Analysis, Climate
November 8, 2023

Europe’s deforestation rules creep up on banks

Banks are writing new policies to avert potential reputational and financial repercussions
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