Hong Kong pushes ahead with boosted climate risk supervision regime

By James King
Hong Kong and Victoria Harbour
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The Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s upgrades to its climate stress testing programme make clear its ambitions to be a leading jurisdiction in climate risk supervision

Between 1954 and 2021 Hong Kong recorded a mean sea level rise of just over 3 cm a decade, a trend that researchers blame on ...

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