FSB study finds quantifying climate risks is still a challenge

Climate change: Where can central banks contribute?

Progress towards integrating climate risks into financial stability frameworks varies widely across jurisdictions and quantifying risks remains a particularly challenging area, a study by the Financial Stability Board finds.

Nearly three-quarters of respondents to a survey say they include climate risks in their financial stability monitoring. However, there is variation in the degree to which risks are analysed and work on micro-prudential supervision of climate risks is generally at an

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