• Indian regulator consults on updates to sustainability disclosure rules

    23 May 2024
  • ESMA fund guidelines may be headwind for sustainable bonds, says Abrdn

    21 May 2024

    The recently published sustainable fund naming guidelines published by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) could dampen demand for labelled sustainable bonds, according to Abrdn.

  • SEC urged to finalise anti-greenwashing rule by Democrats

    15 May 2024
  • EU ESG funds told to prove their sustainable investment claims under new rules

    14 May 2024

    EU funds with any ESG-related words in their name must ensure that at least 80% of their investments reflect this wording, and must exclude companies that derive a large part of their revenues from fossil fuels, under new rules confirmed today (14 May).

  • Trump victory would be 'disastrous' for sustainability

    13 May 2024

    Investors would need to step up in advocating for sustainability in the advent of a Trump victory in the US presidential elections, an Environmental Finance conference heard.

  • Court blocks legal challenge of SEC ESG proxy vote rule

    13 May 2024
  • Will the SEC's climate rule be a game changer?

    02 May 2024

    Listed companies in the world's largest economy will be subject to climate reporting rules the first time. Michael Hurley explores the ramifications

  • Disclose now on climate to lay ground for nature reporting, Aussie regulator says

    01 May 2024
  • Companies weigh delaying preparations for SEC rule in face of legal uncertainty, lawyer says

    30 April 2024

    Uncertainty surrounding the outcome of legal action challenging the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) climate disclosure rule is causing some US-listed companies to consider pausing their preparations for compliance, according to a lawyer.

  • SEC climate rule built to survive legal challenges, says former counsel

    29 April 2024

    The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)'s final climate rule was built to withstand legal challenges that seek to block it, and stands a good chance of doing so, according to a former senior counsel at the agency.