Pedro Duarte Neves, adviser for the board of directors of Banco de Portugal, joins Katerina Atkins, programme coordinator at OMFIF’s Sustainable Policy Institute, to discuss the critical topic of dealing with climate risks for financial stability. They share insights into the complexities surrounding the shift towards a low-carbon economy and the role played by central banks and policy-makers in tackling climate risks both in Europe and globally. They examine climate scenario analysis and stress testing tools and how to effectively communicate the results of climate risk assessments.

If you are interested in learning more about the topic and meeting key policy-makers, regulators, public and private sector investors and ESG experts, join us for the Sustainable Policy Institute symposium on 22-23 March in London. Register here:

The views and opinions expressed the ones of the interviewee and do not necessarily reflect those of Banco de Portugal or the Eurosystem.

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