Climate change disclosure demand 'very high' - Mark Carney

Surge in interest from bank and insurance companies

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Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney
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Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney

Demand for climate-related financial disclosure is "very high" and could become mandatory, according to former Bank of England governor Mark Carney.

Speaking at the Personal Investment Management & Financial Advice Association (PIMFA) Virtual Fest today (3 June), Carney said "banks want it, insurance companies want it, the ratings agencies want it"....

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