NGFS publishes first green investment handbook for central banks

Can central bankers turn finance green?

The network for greening the financial sector published what it calls the first ever handbook for central banks on ecological investment today (October 18).

The NGFS was set up in December 2017 as a consortium of central banks and regulators aiming to make finance more ecologically-minded. It initially had eight central banks and regulators as members. Membership has now grown to 46 official bodies, with a further nine as observers.

The new handbook is the work of the third of the NGFS’s three

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