1. Climate change - financial risks.
Abbreviation for climate transition risk, being financial risks that could arise from adjusting to a lower-carbon economy and net zero emissions.
In this context, financial climate transition risks are distinct from the direct physical risks of climate change.
2. Risk-free rates - LIBOR and related transitions - conduct.
In the context of risk-free rates, transition risk refers to the risks arising before, during and after the discontinuation of LIBOR and similar rates, and their replacement by other risk-free interest rates.
These transition risks arise for non-financial corporates, and for financial institutions themselves, for example in relation to conduct.
3. Other contexts.
Any risk arising in relation to any kind of transition.
- Bank of England
- Climate change
- Climate transition risk
- Financial Conduct Authority
- Financial Stability Board
- Fossil fuel
- Listing Rules
- Net zero
- Paris Agreement
- Reputational risk
- Stranded assets