Recently, The European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) consisting of ESMA, EBA and EIOPA, published their first annual report on the extent of voluntary disclosure of principal adverse impact under the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). This is their conclusion.
The final SFDR RTS has been adopted by the European Commission. In this article we briefly summarize the changes per Annex and end with some general guidelines to follow when creating your PAI statement and mandatory disclosures.
In this blog post we would like to inform you on recent developments of company reporting requirements on non-financial data such as environmental and governance data.
Financial Market Participants have to overcome multiple challenges to comply to SFDR. In this blog post we tell you what to expect.
In this blog post we will talk you through all the steps that have to be taken to be fully SFDR compliant before the first reference period ends.
In this article we will focus on the indicators and associated metrics, which are part of the Adverse Sustainability Impacts Statement for FMPs.
In this article we will focus on the Adverse Sustainability Impacts Statement and its implications for Financial Market Participants [FMPs].
When to expect or do what? In this article we listed all the important dates for the new Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation.
The new Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation will have big impact on asset managers, banks and fund brokers. What to expect?
In this blog post we offer you the most complete SFDR glossary; giving you a complete overview of all important definitions and stakeholders.
Now with the final Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) available it is time to give you an SFDR update; what has changed in the final RTS compared to the draft version from 2020?
Recently the European Commission announced the delay of the Regulatory Technical Standards [RTS] of SFDR. But does this mean the SFDR is postponed?