Include climate transition risk in capital requirements, ECB research says
Regulators should include climate-related transition risks in calculations for banks' capital requirements, according to research by the European Central Bank (ECB).
Climate risk among changes to ECB guide on banks' capital requirements calculations
Climate-related risks are among revisions to a guide by the European Central Bank (ECB) on how it expects banks to meet rules on calculating capital requirements for credit risk.
Tackling climate risks among priorities of ECB's top supervisor
The eurozone's top banking supervisor has warned that "banks will not be immune to risks and unexpected events", including those linked to climate change, as she pointed to a period of greater uncertainty that could impact their profitability.
ECB uncovers 'staggering' misalignment of bank lending with climate targets
'Staggering' misalignment of Eurozone bank lending portfolios with climate targets has been uncovered by the European Central Bank (ECB), as it warned of a pressing need to act amid rising litigation, financial and reputational risks.
2024 outlook: Sand in the gears of sustainable finance policy
Looming elections and burgeoning disclosure regimes point to a slowdown in sustainable finance policymaking, but the spectre of fines for greenwashing is on the rise, Michael Hurley writes
Banks' disproportionate lending to high-emitting sectors poses stability risks, ECB warns
Eurozone banks lend "disproportionately" to high-emitting sectors and thereby risk financial instability, the European Central Bank (ECB) has warned, as it called for a tougher strategy to tackle such risks that could include increased capital requirements.
ECB should consider nature risks in bond purchases and lending, Elderson says
The European Central Bank (ECB) should "broaden" its efforts to reduce climate risks in its lending and bond purchases to include nature risks - including in its €3 trillion ($3.3 trillion) public sector bond portfolio - according to a member of its executive board.
ECB set to fine banks 'turning a blind eye' to climate risk, Elderson says
Banks still failing to meet climate risk management expectations set by the European Central Bank (ECB) three years ago are on the verge of incurring daily fines until they redress shortcomings in their climate risk management.
What next for climate scenarios? Part two
How will the next generation of climate scenarios differ from the first, Michael Hurley asks
What next for climate scenarios?
As criticisms grow of the first climate scenario models, what does the next generation need to look like, Michael Hurley asks