• ESMA fund names risk repeating SFDR chaos, warns investment group

    14 February 2023

    Guidelines on the sustainability terminology that can be used in EU fund names risk re-running the confusion that surrounded the bloc's disclosure regime for funds, an investment group warned.

  • Sustainable finance regulation 'needs to focus on transition'

    01 December 2022

    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

    29 November 2022

    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.

  • Eurosif appoints Palinska as executive director

    05 September 2022
  • People moves 8 July: Bloomberg, Standard Chartered, Credit Suisse, Bundesbank, Wells Fargo & more...

    08 July 2022
  • Eurosif: SFDR risks unintentional investor 'greenwashing'

    28 June 2022

    European sustainable investment forum Eurosif's greatest concern about the EU's Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) is the risk of unintentional 'greenwashing', it has said.

  • EU supervisors publish SFDR clarifications

    07 June 2022
  • People moves 20 May: Aviva, Fidelity, M&G, Schroders and more...

    20 May 2022
  • EU studying SFDR transition plan disclosure requirement

    11 May 2022

    The European Commission has asked its supervisory authorities to propose amendments to sustainable finance disclosure rules that could require information on transition plans and scenario analysis.

  • EU Platform social taxonomy overhaul tackles practical difficulties

    28 February 2022

    A final report on an EU taxonomy of social factors has been published that seeks to establish a common structure with the existing environmental taxonomy by reining in initial proposals deemed too costly and complicated.