Industry-led and UN-convened, the Net Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA) is a group of leading global banks committed to financing ambitious climate action to transition the real economy to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

NZBA’s framework, guidance, and peer learning opportunities support members to design, set, and achieve credible science-based net zero targets for 2030 or sooner that deliver value for their investors, clients, and customers.

NZBA is the climate accelerator for UNEP FI’s Principles for Responsible Banking (PRB) and the sector-specific alliance for banks under the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ).


Net-Zero Banking Alliance first progress report: significant achievement with over 50% setting intermediate decarbonisation targets

09 November 2022

Deutsche Bank publishes initial Transition Plan and further net-zero targets for high-emitting sectors

19 October 2023

Green financing surges to more than US$2.6 trillion at top banks

10 October 2023

The Use of Carbon Credits in Climate Target Setting

18 September 2023

BNZ Chief Sustainability Officer explains why the bank joined NZBA

06 August 2023