Contributor: Julia Anna Bingler

Building Climate Resilient Portfolios. The Case of the Bank of Japan’s Index-Linked ETF Holdings

and | 28 November 2023
Monetary, Policy Briefs | Tags: Asset Purchases, Central Banks, Climate Risks, Governing Finance, Japan
Climate risks are financial risks that must be accounted for across all central bank operations and invested asset classes. Like for any other financial institution, all assets that central banks own – e.g., equities, bonds, and asset-backed securities – are exposed to climate risks. ... continue reading

Keeping Risks in Check. Towards a Comprehensive Reflection of Climate Risks on Central Bank Balance Sheets

| 27 February 2023
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Asset Purchases, Central Banks, Climate Risks, Financial Governance
Central banks have been highlighting the financial risks from climate change for several years. The fact that they are still not accounting for these risks across all their operations is striking. This must change. ... continue reading

Climate Financial Risks: Assessing Convergence, Exploring Diversity

, and | 9 December 2020
Discussion Notes, Monetary | Tags: Climate Risk, Financial Supervision, Monetary Policy Operations, Risk Metrics
Climate risks are now fully recognized as financial risks by asset managers, investors, central banks, and financial supervisors. As a result, the integration of climate risk metrics into risk management processes is moving up agendas worldwide. In that context, a rapidly growing number of market ... continue reading