Green banking regulation: setting out a framework

Green banking regulation: setting out a framework

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Lindenberg, Nannette / Ulrich Volz
External Publications (2016)

published on Practitioners‘ Dialogue on Climate Investments (PDCI)

This policy brief discusses the case for central banks and other financial authorities to devise green banking frameworks and regulation and outlines the sustainable banking frameworks that are currently being developed in Bangladesh, the Dominican Republic and Pakistan as proto-types within the framework of the Practitioners’ Dialogue on Climate Investments (PDCI). The paper describes the challenges of implementing green and sustainable financial market regulation and provides policy recommendations for regulatory authorities that consider introducing such regulations.

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Lindenberg

Volz, Ulrich

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Volz

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Hägele, Ramona

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Iacobuta, Gabriela

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Lehmann, Ina

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Malerba, Daniele

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