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  • 10-December-2015

    English

    Rethinking fiduciary duty for a more sustainable planet

    If we want to get serious about unlocking green investment, we need to get serious about systematically integrating climate risks into our understanding of fiduciary duty.

  • 10-December-2015

    English

    Currency-based measures targeting banks - Balancing national regulation of risk and financial openness

    This paper reviews currency-based measures (CBMs) directed at banks in 49 countries between 2005 and 2013. These measures apply a discrimination, such as less favourable treatment, on the basis of the currency of an operation, typically foreign currencies. The new data shows that CBMs have been increasingly used in the post-crisis period, including for macro-prudential purposes.

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  • 9-December-2015

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    The problem: Clean energy does not have enough profitable projects

    OECD's Adrian Blundell-Wignall explains why clean energy projects are not attracting investors despite the availability of fund for investment. This paper was presented at a high-level breakfast event on institutional investors and the low-carbon transition hosted by the OECD Secretary-General during COP21 on 9 December 2015.

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  • 3-December-2015

    English

    Special session on climate change and the insurance sector

    This event explored the potential contribution of the (re)insurance sector to climate change mitigation and adaptation, including: the role of the insurance sector in a climate change agreement; managing the financial risks of extreme events in a changing climate; investing in the transition to a low-carbon economy; and the role of regulators in addressing climate change risks.

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  • 2-December-2015

    English

    Keeping capital flows orderly

    2 December 2015 - The global financial and economic crisis of 2008 left the international monetary system with vulnerabilities caused by volatile capital flows and spillovers from national policy responses. The current policy environment has moved multilateral co-operation, openness and transparency to the top of the capital flow policy agenda.

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  • 1-December-2015

    English

    Financial Consumer Protection

    The OECD works on advancing consumer finance protection through informed choice that includes disclosure, transparency and education; protection from fraud, abuse and errors; and, recourse and advocacy.

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  • 24-November-2015

    English

    OECD Trust and Business (TNB) Project

    The OECD Trust and Business (TNB) Project is a multidisciplinary and multi-stakeholder initiative that bridges the gap between international rules and standards for business and their implementation.

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  • 24-November-2015

    English

    National Strategies for Financial Education

    Financial education has become an important complement to market conduct and prudential regulation and improving individual financial behaviours a long-term policy priority in many countries. The OECD and its International Network on Financial Education conducts research and develops tools to support policy makers and public authorities to design and implement national strategies for financial education.

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  • 19-November-2015

    English

    OECD/Euromoney Conference on long-term investment financing

    Paris, 19-20 November 2015: Bringing together senior executives representing the world’s largest institutional investors, senior policy makers and regulators, debates focused on issues affecting long-term investment, including: asset allocation concepts; regulation; governance; energy and natural resources; and, brownfield and greenfield infrastructure.

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  • 19-novembre-2015

    Français

    Lignes directrices de l'OCDE sur la gouvernance des entreprises publiques, Édition 2015

    Les nouvelles Lignes directrices de l'OCDE sur la gouvernance des entreprises publiques constituent une référence reconnue au niveau international qui a vocation à aider les États à évaluer et améliorer leur façon d’exercer leurs fonctions d’actionnaire d’entreprises publiques. Assurer la qualité de la gouvernance des entreprises publiques est une priorité de réforme essentielle dans de nombreux pays. L’amélioration de l’efficacité et de la transparence dans le secteur des entreprises publiques procurera des avantages économiques considérables, en particulier dans les pays où le poids de l’actionnariat public est important. En outre, le fait de soumettre les entreprises privées et publiques à des règles du jeu équitables favorisera l’avènement d’un tissu économique solide et compétitif. Les Lignes directrices, adoptées pour la première fois en 2005, contiennent un ensemble de bonnes pratiques concernant le cadre juridique et réglementaire régissant les entreprises publiques, la professionnalisation de la fonction d’actionnaire de l’État et les régimes de gouvernance des entreprises publiques. La nouvelle version de la recommandation sur la gouvernance des entreprises publiques a été élaborée à la lumière de près d’une décennie d’expérience de mise en application et après un certain nombre d’études thématiques et comparatives portant sur la version précédente des Lignes directrices qui ont montré la nécessité de les revoir et éclairé le processus de révision, notamment dans des domaines comme la diffusion de l’information et la transparence, la concurrence entre les secteur public et privé, les pratiques des conseils d’administration et les sources et mécanismes de financement des entreprises publiques.

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