Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Briefing: SEC proposes disclosures and 'names rule' for ESG funds

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed more specific ESG disclosures for investment managers and advisers and an update to existing rules to prevent misleading fund names.

Under the former proposal, funds with an environmental focus would be required to disclose the carbon emissions ...

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