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The EU policy team works on seven policy priorities: the Taxonomy, disclosure regulation for investors (SFDR) and corporates (CSRD), fiduciary duties, stewardship, real economy climate issues and mandatory due diligence. We are also building on the findings of the flagship A Legal Framework for Impact report, to guide policy recommendations to better integrate sustainability impacts into EU financial legislation.
Several regional policy initiatives have emerged in terms of corporate sustainability reporting. This session will bring together policy makers from different jurisdictions. We will hear about policy approaches regarding corporate sustainability reporting and learn how global standard setting developments may influence regional developments, as well as looking at the potential ...
The EU Taxonomy is a tool to help investors understand whether an economic activity is environmentally sustainable, and to navigate the transition to a low-carbon economy.
[Region: EU] This updated briefing unpacks the EU regulation on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial services sector, known as the SFDR, which sets out transparency requirements for investors and financial advisers. This version incorporates the draft SFDR Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) on the content, methodologies and presentation of disclosures, published ...
In this statement the PRI and its 54 undersigned signatories (representing approximately 9.2 trillion USD in AUM) welcome the European Commission’s proposal for a new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) revising the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD), and its aim to elevate sustainability information to the same level as financial information. ...
[Region: EU] The 2018 EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan (SFAP) put Europe on the map as a global leader in sustainable finance. It raised the EU’s ambitions, placing strong emphasis on increasing capital allocations to sustainable companies and activities. However, the crucial lever of stewardship was largely absent from the ...