Tag: Financial Inclusion

Inclusive Green Finance: a New Agenda for Central Banks and Financial Supervisors

and | 23 June 2023
Monetary, Policy Briefs | Tags: Financial Inclusion, Green Finance
Through an integrated inclusive green finance (IGF) approach, central banks and financial supervisors can enable a just transition to an environmentally sustainable economy and avoid potential adverse effects on economically vulnerable groups. ... continue reading

Supporting the Just Transition: a Roadmap for Central Banks and Financial Supervisors

and | 22 December 2022
Monetary, Policy Briefs | Tags: Central Banks, Financial Inclusion, Financial Supervision, Inequality, Transition risks
Shifting to a sustainable economy will reshape the outlook for countries and sectors across the world. Managed well, the net zero transition could lead to more and better jobs as well as reduced risks from climate shocks. Managed poorly, however, it could result not ... continue reading

Monetary Policy and Sustainability. The Case of Bangladesh

and | 31 May 2015
Monetary, Discussion Notes | Tags: Employment, Energy, Financial Inclusion
Central banks have wide ranging effects on the economy and society as a whole. Their decisions on monetary policy and sustainability are closely intertwined. Nonetheless, the links between the mandates, objectives and instruments of central banks and a broad sustainability agenda are rarely reflected in ... continue reading