Policy and Regulation

Just 4% of sustainable funds would meet UK, EU and US labelling regimes, says study

The Securities and Exchange Commission: like the EU and the UK, the US regulator is working on its own regime for sustainable and ESG disclosure. (Photo: Graeme Sloan/Bloomberg)

Nearly all funds that include ESG terms in their names will need adjustments if they are to comply with labelling rules across the UK, EU and US, says Clarity AI report. Different jurisdictions are designing different regimes and fund labelling rules to combat greenwashing, which is leading to widespread confusion, ...

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