Sustainability regulation: how can financial market participants prepare?

Over the last four years, the EU has been at the forefront of regulating sustainable finance, having introduced multiple new legislations that have completely changed the playing field for financial market participants. The terms SFDR, Articles 6, 8 or 9, and Taxonomy, have become regular topics of conversation for fund managers. So, what has changed…

Promoting your ESG strategy

The road to ESG integration is long. Do your clients know how far you’ve come? Greenwashing is easy. Getting away with it is not. With the introduction of SFDR and other oversights, investment managers need to be transparent about their ESG strategy, their responsible investing goals and where they fall short. And the efforts of…

Carbon footprint and the importance of Scope 3 emissions

Carbon footprint disclosures are becoming increasingly necessary as regulatory measures and market concerns push for transparent emissions accounting. The scope of reporting will soon be expanded to include supply-chain emissions (Scope 3), which typically constitute the bulk of an organisation’s footprint but can be challenging to reliably report. Our five-step guide distils the essential ingredients…

EU SFDR vs SEC rules: differences, similarities and why you should care

The EU and the US are implementing new rules to improve transparency on the climate impact of investments. While both plans were developed with the same idea in mind (improving understanding of climate risk and protection against greenwashing), the approaches chosen by each region differ significantly. Today’s economies are tightly interwoven, and fund managers may…

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