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Flags of the European Union and France flying in the wind
The AMF has given asset managers in breach of the EU regulation until December to comply.
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Industry participants welcome the new UK government's ambition and early steps on green policy, but note a lack of explicit sustainable finance focus.
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The provider joins Sustainalytics in exiting the market, while MSCI stays.
The regulator will also clarify recent legislative changes around shareholder engagements.
Waving Australia flag in the air
Australian government also urged to add pollution to headline ambitions in responses to first consultation on sustainable finance roadmap.
German regulator calls for reporting burden to be slashed for EU investors, supports introduction of UK-style fund-labelling categories.
The NGOs are also engaging with the UK FCA on the topic.
Flags of the European Union and France flying in the wind
Managers falling short on disclosures at entity and fund-level, especially on greenwashing risk, AMF says.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: UK government appoints new pensions minister; NBIM issues call for climate finance proposals.
Marcus Svedberg tells RI that making a company better fit for the future should make it 'worth more', and that he sees no reason to wait for regulation to invest in the transition.

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