EU, Policy and Regulation, UK

EU, UK and other regulators intensify scrutiny of ESG rating providers

Following earlier consultation, the European Commission has published its proposals for regulating the ESG rating sector, to improve transparency and reliability of ratings and set rules around conflicts of interest (Photo: Simon Wohlfahrt/Bloomberg)

Policymakers in Europe and the UK intend to regulate the industry to boost transparency and consistency, with other jurisdictions taking similar moves, while some ESG rating agencies have already updated parts of their methodologies

EU and UK regulators are getting closer to finalising regulation on ESG ratings and ...

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