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TCFD - 2022 global progress report for banks

December 13, 2022 5-MINUTE READ


In brief

Banks get to grips with complex disclosures

The numbers tell an encouraging story


Banks that have endorsed the TCFD (compared to 111 in 2020)


The share of global banking assets represented by these banks (compared to 42% in 2020)


The increase in the number of endorsing banks since Q2 2020


The average percentage of disclosures ranked Intermediate or Advanced

Detailed analysis provides help and inspiration

Sustainability measurement, analytics and performance

Banks have made significant progress in developing their climate disclosures. However, to support the global ambition to tackle climate change, further quantitative information and more significant commitment to transition plans should be evidenced.

Frequently asked questions

Hannah Peter

Manager – Strategy & Consulting, Financial Services Sustainability

Hannah supports organizations to make meaningful climate disclosures and deliver on their sustainability strategy.

Robin Murray

Managing Director – Strategy & Consulting, Financial Services Sustainability and Risk

Robin works with clients to ensure that ESG management is at the heart of their enterprise risk & control frameworks.

Peter Beardshaw

Managing Director – Global Financial Services Sustainability Lead

Peter is focused on helping organizations embed sustainability and ESG into their value chain.

Mauricio Bermudez Neubauer

Managing Director – Strategy & Consulting, Carbon Strategy & Intelligence Lead

Mauricio supports organizations in the transition to the future economy—the intersection between the low carbon, circular, ethical and digital economies.