• Investment groups urge EU to delay changes to SFDR

    07 February 2024

    European investment groups have urged the European Commission to delay proposed changes to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), as they warned of a risk to investor confidence in the regime and to the reliability of disclosures.

  • Improved categorisation necessary to strengthen SFDR, EFAMA says

    21 December 2023
  • 'More rigorous' standards see biennial review register big drop in sustainable assets

    29 November 2023

    A big drop in the total assets judged as 'sustainable' globally has been reported in the latest in a series of biennial reviews, with tightened criteria in response to a "rise in greenwashing and greenhushing".

  • Uptake of SFDR Article 9 ETFs slow but 'progressive', says EFAMA

    16 November 2023

    The uptake of UCITS exchange-traded funds (ETFs) registered as Article 9 under the EU's Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) continues to be significantly slower than Article 8, ...

  • More than 90 investors demand removal of climate disclosure opt-out in CSRD

    07 July 2023

    A group of 93 investors and other financial institutions has signed a letter urging the European Commission to remove a proposed opt-out in corporate disclosure rules for aspects including greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

  • European asset managers association backs 'brown taxonomy'

    07 September 2021

    The €27 trillion ($32 trillion) European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has thrown its support behind the EU's proposals for a taxonomy of significantly harmful environmental activities.

  • News round-up: Ceres, IIGCC, EFAMA and more

    18 May 2021
  • EFAMA recommends delaying EU disclosure rules

    18 May 2021
  • 'Double materiality' splits market in IFRS sustainability standards consultation

    07 January 2021
  • EFAMA backs call for ESG data firm regulation

    18 December 2020

    The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has announced support for proposals by two European market watchdogs that the EU should regulate environmental, social and governance (ESG) data, research and ratings firms.