Financial Institutions Must Prepare For Climate Regulations

Law360 (February 24, 2021, 4:29 PM EST) -- To date, the growing trend in the financial services industry to incorporate environmental, social and governance factors into business strategies, risk management frameworks and disclosure practices has largely been a voluntary undertaking.

Financial institutions have determined on their own accord that promoting sustainable and socially conscious business practices is not just good corporate citizenship, it is good business.

With respect to one ESG consideration in particular — climate change — a number of financial institutions have recently taken significant steps intended both to support climate resiliency and to mitigate climate-related risks faced by their own institutions.

For example, on Feb. 11,...

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