The SFDR was adopted in November 2019 as part of the European Commission's ambition to promote sustainable investment across the EU. The aim of the SFDR is to provide harmonised disclosure requirements and to increase transparency of how institutional investors, investment managers and financial advisors consider sustainability risks in their investment decision making and principle adverse impacts of the investments under management.
The SFDR applies to financial market participants, and financial advisors whose businesses' are in Europe.
On Wednesday 10 March 2021, some of the obligations applicable to investment managers will be in effect.
To help the industry navigate the requirements of the SFDR, we have prepared a summary of the key provisions and how to prepare for these regulatory requirements. Download the paper below.
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To help the industry navigate the requirements of the SFDR, we have summarised the key provisions with a specific focus on the obligations that will be effective as per 10 March 2021. To learn more also view the briefing on the SFDR.