PwC: Less than a third of UK banks have net zero targets in place

James S Murray
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Major new study from consultancy giant reveals UK banks are more engaged with climate risks than ever before, but decarbonisation plans remain underpowered

UK banks and building societies are on track to comply with new rules requiring them to get a better handle on climate-related risks, but a majority are yet to translate that engagement into meaningful...

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