Brazilian governor outlines climate reporting rules

Campos Neto says Brazil’s banks must file climate risk reports from June 2023

Roberto Campos Neto
Roberto Campos Neto
Cacalos Garrastazu

The governor of the Central Bank of Brazil (BCB) told an event at the COP26 climate summit that Brazilian banks will have to file quantitative climate risk reports by June 2023.

Roberto Campos Neto said that the regulation, enacted in September, was part of a programme of “transparent and standardised reporting based on international best practice”. Campos Neto was addressing a panel hosted by the Climate Disclosure Standards Board, an international alliance of non-governmental organisations

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