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EBA’s head of ESG risk unit tells stakeholders ‘not to be afraid’ to participate in survey, exercise ‘not about pointing fingers'.
Representatives of Federated Hermes, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo were among the listed attendees for a State Financial Officers Foundation (SFOF) conference this week. 
Climate change from drought to green growth
The FSB has called on central banks to work across jurisdictions to overcome data and modelling limitations.
Commission needs to carefully manage response to ESA questions on SFDR to avoid unnecessary disruption, warn Eurosif and EFAMA.
CDP, TCFD and SBTi leveraged by the Biden administration, as CSRD adopted in EU parliament.
Investors hail discussions on critical climate topics, but concerns remain over logistical challenges and turnout.
Australian treasury tells RI that it will join the International Platform on Sustainable Finance as part of 'efforts to increase engagement on climate and sustainability-related issues'.
First generation of plans will be 'really difficult' for financial institutions, experts warn.
Veteran right-wing lobbyist predicts more ‘ESG-related hand waving’, says Republicans will be laying ground for post-2024 action.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: BlackRock expands proxy voting programme; oil and gas execs rewarded for increased production.
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