Moral mandates better suited to ESG adoption than financial goals – panel

Ethical responsbility

A moral policy decision to adopt environmental, social and governance (ESG) investment criteria is better suited to foster these principles among central banks than a change in financial mandates.

Panellists in Central Banking’s National Asset-Liability Management Americas discussed on September 18 the best ways to promote the integration of environmental, social, and governance investment criteria among official institutions.

“Typically, what you see in most central banks are very clear

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