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Move comes as Danish regulator issues improvement orders to eight funds over sustainability disclosures.
Countries to be assessed across emissions, climate policies, just transition and investment potential, but no aggregate score to be produced
Bank will only buy corporate green bonds and best climate performers on primary market, increases benchmark tilt.
Research modelled cost implications for bonds issued by the six states if they enacted similar legislation to Texas, which resulted in the boycotting of major financiers.
Reduced reinvestment means bank will not meet decarbonisation targets under current approach, active reshuffling suggested by board member Schnabel.
2022 saw a flurry of investor activity when it came to nature; will 2023 see it finally become a central issue?
Analysis of more than 3,000 sustainability-orientated funds by EU financial watchdog reveals few Articles 8 and 9 vehicles would make the cut.
A consultation on the draft document is open until 26 January.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: EBRD to be Paris Aligned by 1 January; US federal banking regulator scouting for physical climate risk expertise.
‘Momentum’ following the regulator's planned climate disclosure rule was among the topics discussed last week at RI USA in New York.

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