Opinion

Strong code of conduct for ESG raters needed to combat greenwashing

The joint initiative from the financial services industry has put the UK among the first countries in the world to develop a code of conduct for ESG ratings and data (Photo: Chris J. Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

With greenwashing an ongoing concern, a UK industry-led initiative has formulated a code of conduct for ESG ratings and data providers to ensure the integrity of and confidence in sustainable investment

Since the publication of the UN’s

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