Event: Financial Regulation

16 September 2020, 13:00:00

The Finance for Biodiversity (F4B) Initiative is hosting a convening to explore what role, if any, central banks and financial regulators should be taking with regards to biodiversity. While biodiversity is increasingly mentioned in regulatory conversations, there is still much uncertainty over what this means in practice, what impact it would have and whether it makes sense.

The high-level purpose of the convening is twofold:

  • To unpick what it really means for central banks and financial regulators to systematically consider the biodiversity crisis in their operations.

  • To identify whether central banks and regulators should be used as a tool to encourage systemic change in the way the financial sector considers biodiversity in decision-making.

If you are interested in attending or would like any further details, please email eva.sirp@vivideconomics.com