EBA: more climate risk supervisory reporting is coming

Official anticipates effort to identify climate impact on internal models, concentration risk

Jacob Gyntelberg
Jacob Gyntelberg, European Banking Authority

Supervisors are likely to ask banks for more granular reporting around the impact of climate change on risk categories that are already capitalised under the Basel framework, according to an official from the European Banking Authority.

“I would expect that, if and when we start asking for more supervisory reporting from the banks, it will be across the board – credit, market and operational risk,” said Jacob Gyntelberg, the EBA’s director of economic and risk analysis, at an event on November

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