Tag: Financial Regulation

The Transition to a Sustainable Post-COVID Economy Requires an Urgent Shift in Central Bank Risk Management

| 10 July 2020
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Climate risk, Covid-19, Financial Regulation, Monetary Policy Operations, Precautionary principle
The COVID-19 crisis is profoundly and durably transforming our economies. So will the transition to a low-carbon economy, which is necessary to contain the environmental crisis ahead of us. Shifting our economic system from its current state to a sustainable post-COVID version entails large and ... continue reading

Is the United States Reneging on International Financial Standards?

| 20 April 2020
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Covid-19, Debt, Federal Reserve, Financial Regulation
The financial shock surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted the Federal Reserve to temporarily loosen an important capital-to-asset ratio requirement for US banks. In so doing, it is walking away from a decade-long commitment to global financial reforms forged in the wake of the global ... continue reading

Climate Risk and Financial Systems of Latin America: Regulatory, Supervisory and Industry Practices in the Region and Beyond

, , , and | 18 December 2019
Discussion Notes, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Climate risk, Financial Regulation, Green Finance, Latin America
In Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), regional supervisors and regulators have not yet explicitly included nor addressed climate-related risks in binding regulations and/or supervisory measures for the financial sector. This implies significant work ahead for the LAC financial sector to develop effective and complete ... continue reading

Governing Finance for Sustainability – Panel Discussion

16 October 2019 | Washington D.C., USA | By Invitation
Monetary, Panel | Tags: Central Banks, Financial Regulation, Governing Finance
The nexus between financial governance, macroeconomic and financial stability, social cohesion, and environmental sustainability has become the subject of a growing debate among policymakers and market participants. Current beliefs on central banking and financial regulation are being questioned in the face of systemic challenges such ... continue reading

Governing Finance for Sustainability – Pathways Forward

15 October 2019 | Washington D.C., USA | By Invitation
Monetary, Roundtables | Tags: Central Banks, Financial Regulation, Governing Finance
This is the third in a series of roundtables on Governing Finance for Sustainability. Details on the first roundtable can be found here, and the second here. ... continue reading