Tag: Green Finance

Central Banking and Green Finance

Upcoming: 28-29 November, 2017. Co-organized with De Nederlandsche Bank
Monetary, Workshops | Tags: Environment, Financial Regulation, Green Finance
When the Leaders of the G20 met in China in 2016 they highlighted the necessity to scale up green financing. They also endorsed efforts to “provide clear strategic policy signals and frameworks” to target this objective. The question to what extent central banks can and ... continue reading

Why Monetary Policy Should Go Green

| 19 May 2017
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Climate Change, Collateral Frameworks, Green Finance, QE
Monetary policy is rarely a topic in debates on green finance. It should. The €60bn that the European Central Bank is currently injecting into financial markets on a monthly basis are a case in point. Its intervention amounts to nearly three times as much as the ... continue reading