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Stories about money and markets : Weekly talks from the Economic Research department of BNP Paribas with William De Vijlder, Group Chief Economist.

Latest Episodes

#04 – Changement climatique : le secteur public

This last episode focuses on the impact of climate risk on the public sector balance sheet. How will states address the challenge of climate change? How will they manage the climate debt? Will they be able to implement the appropriate investment policies in a context of pressure on tax revenues? William De Vijlder exposes in this podcast the tremendous challenge faced by the public sector and the answers it is starting to provide. Interview conducted with François Doux.

7 MIN1 days ago
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#04 – Changement climatique : le secteur public

#03 – Climate change and the governance of non-financial companies

Climate change can impact business in many ways. We all know the effects of natural disasters, for example. But today, the views of users and consumers should be taken into account. So, climate change can not only affect infrastructure, production or sales but as well the very value of a company. Indeed, its valuation could drop because of climate risk exposure. That is why, William De Vijlder, in this third episode, recommends companies to include climate risk into their balance sheet management. Interview conducted with François Doux.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
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#03 – Climate change and the governance of non-financial companies

#02 – Climate change: household balance sheets

How does climate change impact the household balance sheet? Households’ assets and liabilities may be subject to climatic hazards. In many countries, this lesson was learned the hard way. That is why households should be aware of the environmental impact of the companies they choose to invest in or work for. In this second podcast’s episode, William De Vijlder emphasizes the particular importance of climate change in household finances. Interview conducted with François Doux.

8 MIN2 weeks ago
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#02 – Climate change: household balance sheets

Latest Episodes

#04 – Changement climatique : le secteur public

This last episode focuses on the impact of climate risk on the public sector balance sheet. How will states address the challenge of climate change? How will they manage the climate debt? Will they be able to implement the appropriate investment policies in a context of pressure on tax revenues? William De Vijlder exposes in this podcast the tremendous challenge faced by the public sector and the answers it is starting to provide. Interview conducted with François Doux.

7 MIN1 days ago
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#04 – Changement climatique : le secteur public

#03 – Climate change and the governance of non-financial companies

Climate change can impact business in many ways. We all know the effects of natural disasters, for example. But today, the views of users and consumers should be taken into account. So, climate change can not only affect infrastructure, production or sales but as well the very value of a company. Indeed, its valuation could drop because of climate risk exposure. That is why, William De Vijlder, in this third episode, recommends companies to include climate risk into their balance sheet management. Interview conducted with François Doux.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
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#03 – Climate change and the governance of non-financial companies

#02 – Climate change: household balance sheets

How does climate change impact the household balance sheet? Households’ assets and liabilities may be subject to climatic hazards. In many countries, this lesson was learned the hard way. That is why households should be aware of the environmental impact of the companies they choose to invest in or work for. In this second podcast’s episode, William De Vijlder emphasizes the particular importance of climate change in household finances. Interview conducted with François Doux.

8 MIN2 weeks ago
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#02 – Climate change: household balance sheets

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