Central bankers in favour of climate change goals in mandates

Green city

A majority of officials at central banks and other public-sector institutions said they supported adding climate change risks to central bank mandates, at Central Banking’s first Climate Risk Summit on December 12.

In the gathering held in Frankfurt, most participants embraced the adoption of green guidelines in policy areas ranging from reserves management, financial stability and monetary policy implementation. The conference brought together risk managers, reserve managers and individuals

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