Heating up: the race to regulate climate risk

As financial regulators move to expand their climate oversight of financial institutions, views on how far that supervision can go, and regulators' ability to directly regulate banks' carbon-intensive activities, are beginning to diverge between jurisdictions. GBRR asked practitioners and academics in the US, UK, European Union, Japan and Singapore to discuss whether and how regulators should get a handle on climate change.

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