European Parliament leans towards tough macro-prudential rules on bank climate exposures

By Victor Smart
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Members of the European Parliament will shortly consider landmark proposals that would mobilise prudential regulation in the fight against climate change by severely diminishing the appeal to banks of exposure to new high-emissions projects. Members of its influential Econ (Economic and Monetary Affairs) committee will vote on a specific proposal ...

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