Transitioning to the low carbon economy and averting catastrophic climate change will require trillions of dollars of investment. Global capital markets have a huge role to play in mobilising and allocating this capital most efficiently, investing in new technologies and reducing investment in at-risk assets. To achieve this, climate risk in lending and investment portfolios, as well as within corporate business models, needs to be properly priced. Risk.net provides a unique platform for discussing the enormous challenges of climate risk modelling, showcasing the latest innovations, techniques and approaches to climate risk, and keeping abreast of changing regulatory imperatives.
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Sustainable finance, moving to risk-free rates, and the further liberalisation of China’s capital markets will all remain a focus for Crédit Agricole CIB in Asia-Pacific
This Risk.net special report comprises a series of articles that reflect on the latest initiatives for consistent standardised global frameworks for measuring ESG, consider the methodologies investors are using to make measurable progress for people and…
Continued interest in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues is driving up global sustainable fund assets