IMF Policy Dialogue: Climate-Related Financial Risks and Green Finance in Asia and the Pacific

IMF published this video item, entitled “IMF Policy Dialogue: Climate-Related Financial Risks and Green Finance in Asia and the Pacific” – below is their description.

The regional policy dialogue with Asia-Pacific policymakers explores the implications of climate change for financial stability, central bank and regulatory policies, and the greening of financial markets.

Join us on Wednesday, June 1 at 7:30 AM in Washington D.C (8:30 PM JST/GMT +9).

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