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Financial institutions moving away from ‘green’ classifications, and more

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Financial institutions moving away from ‘green’ classifications

By Emma McGarthy and Katerina Atkins

The Network for Greening the Financial System’s latest report ‘Capturing risk differentials from climate-related risks’, explored potential credit risk differentials between green and non-green assets and activities. It found that institutions are increasingly assessing risk through qualitative and quantitative tools and methodologies and moving away from classification of ‘greenness’ at the asset level. 

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