NGFS - Network for Greening the Financial System Reports

This section gathers the publications and the useful materials from the NGFS and its Members.

First NGFS Comprehensive Report

First NGFS Progress Report (October 2018)

Bank of England (BoE)


The Bank’s response to climate change

By Matthew Scott, Julia van Huizen and Carsten Jung


Banco de España

The risk of climate change for financial markets and institutions: challenges, measures adopted and international initiatives, José Manuel Marqués Sevillano and Luna Romo González




Sustainable finance: Environmental and societal changes – How BaFin deals with risks

Describing BaFin’s stance on sustainability factors regarding transparency, regulation and risk management

By Frank Pierschel

Sustainability: Consideration of sustainability in investments by insurers

Describing how the insurance sector deals with sustainability

By Nadine von Saldern


Banque de France (BDF) and Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR)

Press releases

Banque de France Young Researcher Scholarship for Green Finance

Call for project proposals

Banque de France Young Researcher Scholarship for Green Finance


Climate change: the financial sector and pathways to 2°C

Speech by Governor François Villeroy de Galhau (2015)


Assessing climate change-related risks in the banking sector

French Treasury, Banque de France and ACPR (2017)


 Catching up? The financial sector and the challenges of climate change

Speech by Anne Le Lorier (2017)


One Planet Summit – Statement

Speech by Governor François Villeroy de Galhau (2017)


Green Finance – A New Frontier for the 21st Century

Speech by Governor François Villeroy de Galhau (2018)

Green Finance Research Advances 27 November, 2018

Banque Centrale du Luxembourg

Luxembourg Sustainable Finance Roadmap


Bank for International Settlements (BIS)


Green bond finance and certification


De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB)



Time for Transition: an exploratory study of the transition to a carbon-neutral economy’ (2016)

In this exploratory study on the transition to a carbon-neutral economy, DNB advocates a long-term policy ensuring a timely and controlled transition.

‘Sustainable investment in the Dutch pension sector’ (2016)

This study analyzes how the pension sector is increasing investing sustainably and states that this growth is likely to continue given the many good intentions in the sector.

‘Waterproof’ (2017)

This study explores the impact of climate-related risk on the Dutch Financial sector.





Speaker: Frank Elderson

Location: Conference ‘Climate is Big Business’, organized by the California Environmental Protection Agency and the Kingdom of the Netherlands San Francisco

Date: 24 May 2017

‘Responding to sustainability regulation’

Speaker: Frank Elderson

Location: UBS - ECOFACT Conference ‘Exploring the Next Frontier in Banking and Insurance: Responding to Sustainability Regulation’, UBS, London

Date: 6 June 2017

‘From 1 to 17?’

Speaker: Frank Elderson

Location: UNEP Finance Initiative (FI) Positive Impact Finance, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam

Date: 23 November 2017


‘From mission to supervision’

Speaker: Klaas Knot

Location: Bundesbank Symposium ‘Banking supervision in dialogue’, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt

Date: 7 March 2018


‘Supervision and green finance’

Speaker: Klaas Knot

Location: International Climate Risk Conference for Supervisors, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam

Date: 6 April 2018


Deutsche Bundesbank

European Central Bank (ECB)

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)


Japan FSA

Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)

National Bank of Belgium

Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB)

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)


Collaborative Initiative for Green Finance in Singapore

Sustainability Reporting Guide


People’s Bank of China (PBOC)

World Bank Group


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