DNB to introduce climate-related risks in its supervision

Transition to a carbon-neutral economy will also create financial stresses, Dutch central bank says


The Netherlands Bank (DNB) will introduce climate-related risks in its assessment of the Dutch financial system, the central bank says in a report published on October 5.

The Netherlands will face financial risks stemming from both climate change and the technological and economic changes required to transition to a carbon-neutral economy in the coming years. This will require financial institutions and policymakers to implement changes in their operating frameworks to prevent higher risk in

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