Greening the finance centres

The third edition of the Global Green Finance Index (GGFI 3) has been released, based on a worldwide survey of finance professionals’ assessments on the quality and depth of green finance across 110 international financial centres, combined with measurable factors provided by third parties, including Corporate Knights, the Climate Bonds Initiative, the World Health Organisation, and the World Bank.

The Index concludes that a stable policy frameworks focused on disclosure, risk, and incentives appear to be critical to enhancing perceptions of the depth and quality of green finance.

Amsterdam retained its leading position in the depth index, with Zürich rising seven places to second equal with Copenhagen. Luxembourg, London, and Paris all fell back slightly but remain in the top seven globally.

London retained its position as first in the quality index, with Paris second and Amsterdam third. Copenhagen dropped four places in the quality index from third to seventh.

The full report is here.

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