Transition to a sustainable economy
Sustainability and ESG (environment, social and governance) issues are rising to the top of the agenda. The transition of the economy to align with the Paris Agreement aims and the UN Sustainable Development Goals is set to dominate the next decade.
Policy programmes are increasingly focusing on sustainability, such as the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan, Renewed Sustainable Finance Strategy (RSFS), the UK Green Finance Strategy and UK Green Industrial Revolution. Coupled with increased ESG litigation and shareholder activism, and market-led developments in green, blue and sustainable finance, businesses across the investment chain are facing a plethora of new developments.
Allen & Overy can help you navigate the rising tide, with our cross-border, cross-functional and cross-sector insights. See below to explore our insights on developments in the key themes in the sustainability transition.
Disclosure and data
ESG and SFDR regulatory developments for funds and asset managersRead more
New ESG disclosure regulation (SFDR) - what private banks, wealth managers and advisers need to knowRead more
Great Fund Insights podcast: Measuring ESG in real asset funds – benchmarking, disclosure and driving better practiceRead more
ESG risk management and prudential regulation
Corporate governance, supply chain and shareholder engagement
Investment strategies and investor preferences
Financing the transition
Framing securities lending for the sustainability era: ISLA-A&O white paperRead more
Great Fund Insights podcast: In conversation with PRI – navigating the ESG landscape in 2021 from a manager and investor perspectiveRead more
Updated Equator Principles: What You Should Know About Version 4Read more
Sustainable finance: Key considerations for loan documentsRead more