ESG Taxonomy: What fund and asset managers need to know
14 September 2020
A key plank in the European Commission’s work programme to help it move to a carbon neutral, sustainable EU involves the Taxonomy Regulation. This is a framework which allows for the progressive development over time of a taxonomy, meaning a classification system that will essentially define what activities are “green” and what are not. A brief update on what fund and asset managers need to know is set out in this Great Fund Insights alert.
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