EIOPA welcomes growing 'convergence' of ISSB and EU standards
EIOPA has welcomed what it called a convergence of the definition of financial materiality in EU and international sustainability standards.
Thai regulator launches climate-risk guidance
SEC climate disclosure rules slated for April release
Hotly anticipated rules on climate-related disclosures in the world's largest economy are slated to be published in April.
Sustainable finance: key themes for regulation and policy in 2023
The year ahead could be dominated by ESG-related regulation and progress on sustainability data initiatives, Michael Hurley writes
Q&A: IOSCO and the carbon markets
Rostin Behnam and Verena Ross answer questions about why it has issued two reports on the carbon markets
Sustainable finance regulation 'needs to focus on transition'
Transforming financial regulation so it encourages decarbonisation objectives, rather than concentrating only on the 'greenest' activities, must become the focus of regulators, an Environmental Finance webinar heard.
ESMA, ISS ESG to discuss the future of sustainable finance regulation
The ways in which sustainable finance regulation can evolve to help investors more efficiently channel investments to support the transition to net zero is to be discussed on an Environmental Finance webinar.
Goldman Sachs charged for ESG fund failures
The asset management division of banking giant Goldman Sachs has been charged for failures to follow its own policies and procedures for the environmental, social and governance (ESG) research its teams used to make investments.
ESMA offers 'backdoor' solution to SFDR fund labelling misuse
A major reclassification of self-labelled 'sustainable' funds is likely after ESMA proposes necessary - but complicating - naming guidelines, Anne Schoemaker tells Ahren Lester