Bank of England confirms climate risk review for banking sector planned

James Murray
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Bank of England confirms climate risk review for banking sector planned

Update on the Bank's climate change work reveals review planned to assess whether banking sector is adequately addressing climate-related risks

The Bank of England provided an update on its on-going efforts to minimise the financial system's exposure to climate-related risks late last week, confirming a new review of the banking sector's response...

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