Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Briefing: EU considers stricter green bond standards

EU lawmakers have been advised how to toughen up rules to curb the mis-selling of green bonds. An expert paper, commissioned by members of the European Parliament’s economic and monetary affairs committee, says such a move would counter the somewhat weak enforcement currently planned. Parliament must negotiate the final rules ...

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