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October 6, 2022

Regulatory Round-up: Singapore’s transition taxonomy; Swiss ESG self-regulation

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has published is 2025 plan to strengthen the city state’s position as an international financial centre in Asia, which includes strategies and commitments to help the region meet its net zero targets. MAS says it will created an “industry-led” taxonomy on eight sectors that will help clarify transition assets. It will also focus on sustainability disclosures, decarbonisation financing, and grants for green fintechs.

The Asset Management Association Switzerland has released guidelines on ESG self-regulation on transparency and disclosure for collective assets that refer to sustainability. AMAS says that the self-regulation is in line with the efforts of the Swiss Bankers Association.

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