Mazars has announced the launch of its ‘sustainable finance policy tracker’, developed in partnership with the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF).
The tracker is an online tool aimed at “helping financial institutions and policy makers learn what regulators are doing globally to mitigate climate risk”.
The tool includes an interactive map covering an initial 22 countries and jurisdictions.
The tracker covers 14 areas related to sustainable finance policy, including regulatory and supervisory measures, climate stress testing activity, sustainable taxonomies, climate-related disclosures, and green bond issuance.
Mazars said it is intended to be the “go-to resource for stakeholders interested in monitoring the activities of central banks and regulators on sustainability”.
Rudi Lang, partner and global financial services leader at Mazars, said: “We are proud to partner with OMFIF in the development of the Sustainable finance policy tracker.
“This online tool, featuring an interactive map, can be used as a key source of information for financial institutions to monitor the activities of central banks and regulators on sustainability, including bridging data gaps and improving global understanding of what different authorities are doing.”
John Orchard, CEO of OMFIF, added: “The sustainable finance policy tracker is a vital new tool in understanding the global response of policymakers to the climate change challenge.
“We’re delighted to work on this project with Mazars, whose commitment to helping its clients transition their businesses towards net zero is both impressive and important.”