The 'Inside Climate Disclosures' index and what's next

In August last year, Climate Risk Review launched the ‘Inside Climate Disclosures’ series — a weekly deep-dive analysis of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) made by top banks, insurers and asset managers.

Three months and 19 articles later, the series is complete. At the bottom of this post is a list of all the published analyses, which can also be found on the Climate Risk Review archive page. The collection will also be made available to subscribers later this year in the form of a consolidated report. Remember, these articles are available to paying subscribers only, so if you haven’t already, make sure to sign up:

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It’s goodbye, but not farewell, to the series. Many financial institutions are gearing up to produce their first ever TCFD disclosures this year, while reporting veterans have pledged updated filings chock-full of new data and insights. This means that later on in 2021, a second series will launch.

Until then, paying subscribers will continue to receive in-depth articles on Mondays, as well as a weekly news analysis post on Thursdays, where I’ll offer my own spin on a topical development in the fast-moving world of climate risk and disclosure.

Each month, starting January 31, paying subscribers will also receive the ‘Climate Risk Review Regulation Rundown’containing all you need to know about the latest climate-related financial risk and disclosure rules and policies out of the US, Europe, and Asia, as well as the important meetings, figures, and groups to watch over the coming month.

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‘Inside Climate Disclosures’ Index

  1. Standard Chartered

  2. Commonwealth Bank of Australia

  3. Societe Generale

  4. Allianz

  5. Mizuho

  6. Investec

  7. Swiss Re

  8. Crédit Agricole

  9. Travelers

  10. RBC

  11. NatWest/RBS

  12. Ping An

  13. Invesco

  14. Legal & General

  15. Bank of America

  16. Citi (Part I & Part 2)

  17. Barclays

  18. The Carlyle Group

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