EU regulators cut number of mandatory reporting indicators in final SFDR draft
ESAs accused of bowing to asset managers, but sustainability forum argues data is not there yet for some indicators
Europe’s financial regulators have dramatically cut the number of sustainability indicators investors must report against as part of the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR).
Yesterday, the EU’s financial regulatory trinity – known as the ESAs – published their fi…
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