Never Two Without Three: Will the World Listen After the Global Financial Crisis, COP21 and the Pandemic?

This post is the latest in our special issue: “Climate Change and Financial Markets – Risk, Regulation, and Innovation.” To learn more about the special issue and the work of the Global Financial Markets Center around climate change and financial markets, please read the special issue’s introduction here. And to review all The FinReg Blog […]

Financing in the Time of a Climate Emergency in the Philippines

This post is the latest in our special issue: “Climate Change and Financial Markets – Risk, Regulation, and Innovation.” To learn more about the special issue and the work of the Global Financial Markets Center around climate change and financial markets, please read the special issue’s introduction here. And to review all The FinReg Blog […]

Ecological Finance Theory: An Answer to the Climate Crisis

This post is the latest in our special issue: “Climate Change and Financial Markets – Risk, Regulation, and Innovation.” To learn more about the special issue and the work of the Global Financial Markets Center around climate change and financial markets, please read the special issue’s introduction here. And to review all The FinReg Blog […]

Preventing Climate Tragedy and Preserving Financial Stability: European Perspectives

This post is the latest in our special issue: “Climate Change and Financial Markets – Risk, Regulation, and Innovation.” To learn more about the special issue and the work of the Global Financial Markets Center around climate change and financial markets, please read the special issue’s introduction here. And to review all The FinReg Blog […]

Stress Testing for Climate-Related Financial Systemic Risk

This post is the latest in our special issue: “Climate Change and Financial Markets – Risk, Regulation, and Innovation.” To learn more about the special issue and the work of the Global Financial Markets Center around climate change and financial markets, please read the special issue’s introduction here. And to review all The FinReg Blog […]

Designing a Prudential Supervisory Framework for Climate Change in the U.S.

This post is the latest in our special issue: “Climate Change and Financial Markets – Risk, Regulation, and Innovation.” To learn more about the special issue and the work of the Global Financial Markets Center around climate change and financial markets, please read the special issue’s introduction here. And to review all The FinReg Blog […]

Climate-Related Prudential Risks in the Banking Sector and Emerging Regulatory and Supervisory Practices

This post is the latest in our special issue: “Climate Change and Financial Markets – Risk, Regulation, and Innovation.” To learn more about the special issue and the work of the Global Financial Markets Center around climate change and financial markets, please read the special issue’s introduction here. And to review all The FinReg Blog […]

The Impacts of Seila Law Beyond Consumer Finance

Although the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Seila Law v. CFPB this week has settled one very large question — Are for cause removal protections for the unitary head of a regulatory agency constitutional? — it has raised many more. Below are three impacts on banking and finance regulation that Seila Law will have beyond […]

A Tale of Two Agencies: The Travails of the CFPB and FHFA — Chapter 2: The Seila Law Decision

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) were established to address distinct aspects of the Global Financial Crisis. The Home Ownership and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA)[1] created the FHFA to provide for enhanced and rigorous supervision of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and […]

Fintech Toolkit: Smart Regulatory and Market Approaches to Fintech Innovation

Fintech is re-shaping the financial sector at an unprecedented pace and driving structural changes by digital transformation. Fintech can stimulate competition and product variety and generate positive outcomes for societies and economies. Capturing these upsides, however, requires adequate regulatory responses to Fintech innovation. An enabling FinTech ecosystem needs to support innovation balanced with financial inclusion, […]