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ECB launches consultation on new cloud outsourcing guidelines

The ECB has initiated a public consultation on its new Guide concerning the outsourcing of cloud services to cloud service providers.

Unlocking success: Navigating the IReF implementation for banks

The Integrated Reporting Framework (IReF), an initiative by the ECB, aims to streamline banks’ statistical reporting processes across the Eurozone.

ECB amplifies climate focus: Green transition and nature risks in spotlight

The European Central Bank (ECB) is taking a decisive step forward in addressing the pressing challenges posed by climate change. The institution has outlined a robust action plan that hinges on three pivotal themes for the years 2024 and 2025.

ECB report reveals shocking climate risk in 90% of European banks’...

A study by the ECB has found 90% of banks' loan portfolios are not aligned with global climate goals and the EU’s 2050 climate neutrality target.

ECB launches major cyber resilience evaluation for 109 European banks

The European Central Bank (ECB) has embarked on a critical initiative this month, conducting cyber stress tests on 109 banks across Europe.

ECB unveils crucial climate risk strategies for EU financial system

The ECB and the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) have released a report focusing on the impact of climate change on the EU's financial system.

ECB assesses digital euro’s implications on banking stability

The European Central Bank (ECB) is carefully assessing the potential consequences of a digital euro on the region's banking framework.

ECB publishes climate-related financial disclosures for corporate and policy portfolios

The European Central Bank (ECB) has published its first climate-related financial disclosures for its corporate sector and non-monetary policy portfolios.

ECB unveils financed emissions and sustainable finance indicators

The ECB has published a series of new statistical indicators aimed at helping to analyse climate-related risks in finance

Cash remains king but digital payments are catching up, ECB study...

A study by the ECB has found that while cash is the most commonly used form of payment, electronic payments are quickly catching up.

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