Financial Stability Board Publishes Roadmap on Climate-Related Financial Risks07/07/2021The Financial Stability Board has published a series of three climate-related reports as part of its roadmap for addressing climate-related financial risks. The global risks to financial stability posed by climate change are being addressed by a number of international initiatives and the FSB hopes to utilize its diverse membership to coordinate efforts internationally. The FSB's reports are:
- a Roadmap for Addressing Climate-Related Financial Risks, which sets out a plan to address climate-related financial risks;
- a report on The Availability of Data with Which to Monitor and Assess Climate-Related Risks to Financial Stability, which reviews the availability of data to monitor and assess climate-related risks to financial stability and outlines priorities to address gaps in data; and
- a report on Promoting Climate-related Disclosures, which provides recommendations to financial regulators in developing frameworks for climate-related disclosures.
Return to main website.ATTORNEYS: Thomas Donegan, Chloe Barrowman
TOPIC: Environmental, Social and Governance
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