Climate risks could eventually spur higher capital charges

By Justin Pugsley
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As the Bank of England undertakes an exercise to probe the impact of climate change on large banks and insurers, speculation is growing that environmental risks could eventually push up capital charges for some exposures.  

The bank’s announcement on February 9 to study the impact of climate change on the ...

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