Tag: Climate Risks

Aligning Sovereign Bond Markets with the Net Zero Transition: Key Findings and Debate

29 April 2024 | Online | Co-hosted with GRI-LSE
Monetary, Panel | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Risks, Debt, Financial Supervision
To celebrate the launch of a flagship policy report discussing the role of central banks in aligning sovereign bond markets with the net zero transition, the Grantham Research Institute at LSE and CEP are co-hosting an online debate. ... continue reading

Financial Supervision and Emerging Risks: How to Implement the Basel III Recommendations for Climate Risk Supervision

17 April 2024 | Online | Co-hosted with AMRO
Monetary, Webinar | Tags: Climate Risks, Financial Supervision, Macroprudential Policy
The webinar highlighted the next steps required by financial supervisors to ensure the appropriate integration of climate risks in the Pillar 1 provisions of the Basel regime, with a focus on capital adequacy assessments and in macroprudential policy, with a focus on systemic risk buffers. ... continue reading

Aligning Sovereign Bond Markets with the Net Zero Transition: the Role of Central Banks

, , and | 14 March 2024
Monetary, Policy Briefs | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Risks, Debt, Financial Supervision
Aligning sovereign bonds with net zero requires coordinated action by several stakeholders across the financial system. National governments are first in line to act but central banks have a unique opportunity to make a meaningful contribution. ... continue reading

Towards Macroprudential Frameworks for Managing Climate Risks

11 March 2024 | Online | 18h00 CET
Monetary, Panel | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Risks, Financial Stability, Macroprudential Policy
In collaboration with E-axes Forum, we co-hosted a panel on macroprudential frameworks for managing climate-related financial risks. ... continue reading

Net Zero Central Banking in Africa’s Diverse Economies: Challenges, Opportunities and Policy Options

, and | 29 November 2023
Monetary, Policy Briefs | Tags: Africa, Central Banks, Climate Risks, Financial Stability, Inequality
Africa’s economies are contending with a diverse set of challenges and opportunities in relation to building low-carbon, green economies and the transition to net zero emissions. Central banks can play a pivotal role in enabling the green transition in Africa. ... continue reading