SFDR: A new Regulatory Framework
There is growing interest in responsible investment. While our society must respond to the dual challenge of climate disruption and growing inequality, it is clear that all actors have a role to play: governments, companies, but also financial actors. In this context, the European Commission launched in 2018 an action plan for sustainable finance designed to support the development of sustainable investment, promote transparency, and enable the redirection of capital flows towards sustainable development solutions.
Statement on principal adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors
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Date of first use: 03 November 2023