MAS publishes inaugural sustainability report

Report details central bank’s own efforts to cut emissions and broader work with financial sector


The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has published a sustainability report for the first time, setting out the central bank’s work to green Singapore’s finance sector and its own operations.

The policies include the central bank’s Green Investments Programme (GIP) to deploy $1.8 billion to drive regional green efforts and its plan to integrate climate risks in official reserve investments.

The financial sector plays a key role in the fight against climate change, which is why the MAS is

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