Request Free Trial
October 17, 2022

What will be left of sustainable finance policies under the new UK government?

391081519 sept 2022
391081519 sept 2022

Regulatory initiatives that were set out by Boris Johnson’s government largely remain pending, leaving market participants wondering what the new administration’s net zero strategy will entail.

Shortly after her appointment, UK prime minister Liz Truss gave MP Chris Skidmore, a former minister of energy and clean growth, the mandate to review the country’s approach to deliver on its commitment to become a net zero greenhouse gas emitter by 2050. The findings of this review are expected by year-end but meanwhile, highly awaited policy frameworks on green finance remain in limbo without a clear timeframe.

To continue reading

Request Free Trial
  • Unlimited access to all content
  • Email alerts highlighting key industry insight.
  • Invitations to attend exclusive roundtables and events.
  • The Sustainable Views Policy Tracker - deep insight on ESG regulations and deadlines
Already a subscriber?Log in
A service from the Financial Times