EU securities regulator ‘stands ready to accept new supervisory mandates’ on ESG as it releases sustainable finance strategy
ESMA mulls climate stress tests, cranks up pressure on credit rating agencies and pledges to analyse slew of green and social factors
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has become the latest department of the EU to release a sustainable finance strategy, making a long list of commitments to the Green Deal, climate risk and broader ESG considerations.
The regulator, whose members are made up of …
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