The sustainable finance market has reached a point where policy efforts are being consolidated, and a number of regulatory initiatives have emerged. The two main initiatives currently driving sustainable investments are the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) and the EU Action Plan on Sustainable Finance. The TCFD includes recommendations on disclosure requirements on climate investments that will form sustainable finance going forward. The EU Action Plan mainly focuses on the Taxonomy proposal that sets out criteria defining green assets for EU Green Bonds.
We can help you with scenario analysis to develop a better understanding of impact metrics and indicators linked to disclosure requirements, encompassing and detailed ESG reporting. We can assist you in navigating the regulatory developments and provide advice on the implementation of guidelines and requirements.
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EBA introduces consideration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors for the first time in the new loan origination guideline, published on 29th of May. The guidelines require institutions to incor...
Last Friday EBA published its action plan on sustainable finance including time-lines for reports, guidelines and technical standards mandated to the EBA. The EBA’s responsibility and mandates can be summarise...