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SPI symposium challenges financial sector to do better ahead of COP26

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SPI symposium challenges financial sector to do better ahead of COP26

Tuesday 26 October 2021 Vol.12 Ed.43.2

Commentary: Sustainable taxonomies are not yet fit for purpose

By Emma McGarthy in London

The inaugural Sustainable Policy Institute symposium sparked debate and encouraged discussion on how the global financial system can revolutionise finance for net zero. The two-day event explored the role of central banks in driving the sustainability agenda, the latest developments in transition tools and metrics for meeting net-zero targets and what we can expect from COP26 next week.

Read the full commentary on the website.

Meeting: In conversation with the ECB on economy-wide climate stress-testing model

Wednesday 3 November 13:00-14:00 GMT

At the SPI symposium we heard from central banks on the challenges, successes and lessons learnt in implementing their stress-testing models. This roundtable continues the conversation with the European Central Bank. Topics of discussion will include scenario analysis, the evaluation of physical and transition risks, capturing credit and market risk to banks, the wider financial sector and the implications of energy transition.

Register to attend here.

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