APRA calls for stress-testing of climate change risks in regulated entities

The Australian Prudential Regulation Agency (APRA) will emphasise to regulated entities that they should conduct stress testing for "organisational and systemic resilience in the face of adverse shocks" from climate risk.

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Read more: APRAclimate changeclimate riskAustralian Prudential Regulation AgencyIGCCMinter EllisonSarah BarkerEmma Herdfiduciary dutyFinancial Stability BoardInvestor Group on Climate ChangeNoel HutleyParis AgreementTaskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures