Eurosystem adopts common sustainable investment principles

Ethical and sustainable investing

The European Central Bank announced that both the Eurosystem’s 19 central banks and itself have agreed on shared sustainable investment principles for non-monetary policy portfolios.

“The eurosystem aims to start making annual climate-related disclosures for these types of portfolios within the next two years,” the ECB said on February 4. “Several Eurosystem central banks already make climate-related disclosures for some of their non-monetary policy portfolios,” it added.

The ECB said in a

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