EBA ponders building environmental risks into prudential framework

By Justin Pugsley
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The European Banking Authority (EBA) is asking whether environment risks should be embedded into the EU’s Pillar 1 prudential framework, which deals with minimum capital requirements.

On May 2, the EBA launched a consultation suggesting the possibility of incorporating a forward-looking requirement related to environmental risks into the EU’s prudential ...

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