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Climate Change Risk: The Race to Regulation
CUBE explores regulatory data from its proprietary inventory to understand the emerging regulatory focus on climate change risk. Is new regulation on the horizon, or is it all talk?
This report is the first in a series of CUBE Data Reports, which leverage CUBE’s proprietary inventory of standardised regulatory data to draw meaningful insights from global regulatory activity. ESG action within financial regulation is as much a source of myth and legend as it is of regulatory issuances.
The report explores:
- References to these concepts from regulatory issuers on a global scale,
- with a view to understanding what topics issuing bodies are focused on,
- how they have evolved,
- and how they are prioritising them.
With thanks to Dr Sabine Dittrich, Barrie Ingman, Jay Wolstenholme, Stephanie Sfakianos and Hannah Duncan.
How CUBE can help
The regulatory landscape is constantly evolving, with emerging issues such as climate risk-taking centre stage for 2022. This year, most financial regulators are looking to widen their regulatory parameters to include every factor of ESG, from climate change to corporate governance. What does this mean for compliance teams? A deluge of emerging regulations and expectations.
CUBE is a SaaS-based RegTech designed to take the complexity out of regulatory change management using artificial intelligence and automation to deliver Automated Regulatory Intelligence. Whether you’re a large, multinational bank, or a small financial organisation with up to a handful of compliance officers, we’ve got a suite of products tailored to you.