Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

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Corporate reporting - environmental, social & governance - European Union.

(SFDR).

The SFDR is designed to require fund management firms to provide information to substantiate any claims they make about their alignment with sustainability goals.


Among other provisions, regulated firms are required to publish:

  • Written policies on how they integrate sustainability risks into their investment decision-making process.
  • Online descriptions of their sustainable investments target and the performance measures they use.
  • Periodic reports of the impact of their sustainable investments, using relevant sustainability performance measures.


See also