Policy portal Sustainable Finance

Our planet must remain livable and the financial industry plays a key role in securing its future: financial flows must be re-oriented from environmentally harmful activities to a sustainable economy.

Financial regulation, alongside other policies, should ensure private finance becomes an enabler of sustainable transition. This requires:

  • Transparency and corporate governance reforms to ensure real-world outcomes and prevent greenwashing.
  • Robust risk management and adequate capital levels of financial institutions to make them resilient, ensure a “safe transition” and avoid a climate-driven financial crisis.
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9 PUBLICATIONS

Consultation response

Consultation responses: TPT guidance for the insurance sector

Consultation response

Consultation response: IAIS public consultation on ICP 17 regarding capital adequacy

Consultation response

Consultation response: IAIS public consultation on climate risk supervisory guidance

Consultation response

Consultation response for EIOPA: climate change materiality assessments and scenarios in ORSAs

Consultation response

Insurance Sector and Climate-Related Financial Risks: Response to the FIO

Report

Report – Insuring the uninsurable: Tackling the link between climate change and financial instability in the insurance sector

A Finance Watch report on how to tackle the link between climate change and financial instability in the insurance sector.
Consultation response

Response to EIOPA consultation on sustainability within Solvency II

Consultation response

EIOPA consultation on integration of sustainability risks and factors

Consultation response

Response to the consultation on disclosure relating to sustainable investments & sustainability risks

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