The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) are set to begin cross-financial sector talks in the regulators' first significant step towards removing barriers to companies' attempts at mitigating climate-related financial risks.
In a statement, the regulators said climate change and society's response to it presents financial risks, which "are now becoming apparent" and fall within their mandates. The first meeting of the Climate...
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Following more reviews
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‘Ensure vulnerability is taken seriously’
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