Regulators want to stress-test banks for climate risks. Can it work? American Banker May 12, 2021

Rodriguez Valladares “You have the physical risks of climate change, meaning more frequent and very damaging fires, more frequent and excessive, frankly, hurricanes, flooding, and so that physical damage to property, most unfortunately to people, then of course, translates into higher probabilities of default to a bank or other kinds of financial institutions, because those individuals or companies suffering that physical damage may be late or not pay at all.”
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