EU, Policy and Regulation

EU ESG law should end ratings ‘wild west’ and ‘boost’ investor confidence

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‘The proposed transparency rules will substantially improve how ESG ratings are interpreted,’ says Finance Watch’s Vincent Vandeloise (Photo: Artjazz/Dreamstime.com)

Agreement on EU regulation offers the possibility for separate E, S and G ratings

The European Council and parliament have reached a provisional agreement on a proposal for a regulation on environmental, social and governance rating activities, aimed at boosting investor confidence in sustainable products.

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