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

By David Prosser
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Europe’s banks are struggling to assess their climate change impacts because their data quality is poor, there is little consensus on how to do the work and the regulator is taking a hands-off approach, according to a report from the European Banking Federation on climate risk. 


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