The sustainable finance market has reached a point where policy efforts are being consolidated, and a number of regulatory initiatives have emerged. The two main initiatives currently driving sustainable investments are the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) and the EU Action Plan on Sustainable Finance. The TCFD includes recommendations on disclosure requirements on climate investments that will form sustainable finance going forward. The EU Action Plan mainly focuses on the Taxonomy proposal that sets out criteria defining green assets for EU Green Bonds.
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Green finance in an IRB world – How can Banks and Regulators cooperate towards more environmentally friendly lending using the capital requirement framework?
Background Societies and governments across the world are searching for ways to promote environmentally friendly activities and discourage the environmentally unfriendly. Governments have used direct measures su...
The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation requires financial market participants and advisors to integrate (i) sustainability risks in the investment decision process and (ii) the principal adverse impac...