NGFS Report: Enhancing market transparency in green and transition finance

The community of central banks and financial supervisors is showing a growing interest in issues of market transparency in green finance, particularly with regard to taxonomies, green external review and assessment, and climate  transition metrics, frameworks, and market products. 


Irene Monasterolo, Professor of Climate Finance, EDHEC-Risk Institute and EDHEC Business School, has been invited by SUERF, the European Money and Finance Forum to participate in a webinar entitled "NGFS Report: Enhancing market transparency in green and transition finance", together with:



  • Ernest Gnan, Counsel to the Board and Head of Economic Analysis Division, OeNB and Secretary General, SUERF



  • Frank Packer, Regional Adviser, Office for Asia and the Pacific, BIS
  • Gong Cheng, Senior Economist, Office for Asia and the Pacific, BIS
  • Robert Patalano, Head, Financial Markets Division, OECD



  • Paolo Krischak, Green Finance Expert, Deutsche Bundesbank
  • Irene Monasterolo, Professor, EDHEC Business School
  • Zhang Weina, Associate Professor of Finance, National University of Singapore


This seminar would share key findings from the Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) report: Enhancing market transparency in green and transition finance

This report leverages the experience of NGFS members and observers, as well as a survey of 25 central banks and 24 financial supervisors, to shed light on the state of play and key challenges surrounding these three broad topics. It also aims to inform a broad dialogue with market participants to find potential solutions to policy challenges.


Key findings from “Enhancing market transparency in green and transition finance” report



SUERF is a non-profit association established on 25 November 1963 in Louveciennes, France, by a group of academics and bankers from France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Belgium. SUERF’s focus is on the analysis, discussion and understanding of financial markets and institutions, the monetary economy, the conduct of regulation, supervision and monetary policy, and related issues. 

SUERF’s strength lies in bringing together three pillars of members: central banks and supervisors, financial industry representatives and academics.  Members are drawn from all over Europe and beyond.  SUERF is soundly governed by its Council of Management, which comprises high-ranking representatives drawn from SUERF’s three pillars of members.


Further information on the conference can be found on the SUERF website.