Policy and Regulation

Risks emerge from patchwork European sustainability approaches

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The opportunity for regulatory arbitrage in the EU may lead to further and tighter regulatory intervention The lack of minimum standards backing up asset managers’ sustainable disclosures has created a patchwork of European local regulation, experts say, with the potential for asset managers to be disadvantaged based on their place ...

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