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Central banks' remits have changed profoundly since the 2008 financial crisis, notably – and sometimes controversially – in relation to their monetary policy practices and quantitative easing policies. Their remits are beginning to expand into another, unexpected field: climate change. The recognition of climate-related disruption as a source of financial risk is propelling this expansion, and central banks can leverage their influence through their capacity as both regulators and as reserves managers.
@misc{noauthor_central_nodate,
	title = {Central banks greening financial system},
	url = {https://www.omfif.org/analysis/commentary/2018/october/central-banks-greening-financial-system/},
	abstract = {Central banks' remits have changed profoundly since the 2008 financial crisis, notably – and sometimes controversially – in relation to their monetary policy practices and quantitative easing policies. Their remits are beginning to expand into another, unexpected field: climate change. The recognition of climate-related disruption as a source of financial risk is propelling this expansion, and central banks can leverage their influence through their capacity as both regulators and as reserves managers.},
	language = {en-GB},
	urldate = {2019-03-02TZ},
	note = {00000}
}

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