Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Round-up: ESMA reviews funds' possible greenwashing practices; US SEC receives complaint about Brazil's meat giant JBS

The European Securities and Markets Authority has launched a review of how investment companies and credit institutions are applying Mifid II rules on marketing communication, which will also collect information about “possible ‘greenwashing practices’”. ESMA will conduct the review, which will run throughout 2023, alongside national authorities. Campaigner Mighty Earth ...

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