DNB unveils sustainability policy

Dutch central bank sets out four-year green plan – investments must be “Paris-aligned”

Netherlands Bank
The Netherlands Bank
Photo: Rachael King

The Netherlands Bank (DNB) has published a sustainable finance policy, setting out broad goals to be achieved over the next four years.

It aims to build on the bank’s existing corporate social responsibility strategy, published in 2019 and updated in 2020, the DNB said on July 13. The plan sets out five broad headings for targets that it aims to achieve by 2025, led by its sustainable finance office.

The central bank says it aims to make itself greener, giving itself three targets. One is to

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