The Case for Central Bank Action on Climate Change—An Evolution to Facilitate a Revolution
This paper discusses how central banks can support the needed evolution in monetary policy to meet the world’s broadening objectives to fight climate change.
PGIM partnered with Greenwich Associates to conduct a study of institutional investors to understand the risks and opportunities associated with climate change, as well as how CIOs incorporate climate change into their investment process (if at all). Among other findings, “regional” and “action” gaps were uncovered.
Climate change is no longer a hypothetical risk. It is already transforming the global economy, reshaping markets and altering the investment landscape. In this webinar, PGIM experts weigh-in on an actionable climate change agenda for institutional investors, encompassing both hidden portfolio vulnerabilities and potential opportunities in the transition to a lower-carbon world.
At PGIM, we believe that doing the right thing for our clients, our people and our communities leads to better results for all stakeholders. As active investors, we strive to embed ESG best practices throughout our investment, risk and talent management processes, while delivering investment performance and staying true to our role as a fiduciary and risk manager.
*Alpha indicates the performance, positive or negative, of an investment when compared against an appropriate standard, typically a group of investments known as a market index.