SUPPORTING AND FOSTERING BANKS’ GREEN ACTIVITIES WITH
CLIMATE FINANCIAL RISK
Green RWA (Risk-Weighted Assets) is a non-profit association, rooted in the belief that climate transition will require the entire financial community to work in conjunction. The investments the OECD has identified to successfully achieve Net Zero Emissions by 2050 require banks to accelerate the green transition.
Green RWA is committed to this goal by working with financial institutions to optimise their climate risk capital budget. Rigorous analysis and open collaboration as well as employing open financial modelling can help institutions meet this goal.
“ECB warns banks of capital hit if they fail to tackle climate risk” according to the Financial Times.
This is based on the publication by European Central Bank of its latest “thematic review” results” on how 186 banks address climate and environmental risks and…
The final report of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) on Board and Regulatory Approaches to Climate-related Risks was published a few days ago…
“The Pillar 1 framework is currently being examined to identify whether it adequately addresses climate-related and environmental risks.” This is a quote…
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