Sustainable Finance Disclosure

In the context of the European legislative package aimed at achieving carbon neutrality, the SFDR Regulation (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation) imposes on a wide range of financial institutions standardized disclosure duties on the integration of ESG factors, both at the entity and product level.

Along with the Taxonomy Regulation, the Benchmarking Regulation and the Climate Delegated Act, the SFDR Regulation is of paramount importance to the financial system, since it imposes adjustments to existing sustainability policies, as well as the adoption of new policies, including due diligence and even corporate policies, including remuneration.

Given the expected impact on numerous financial institutions, VdA has developed the necessary know-how not only to advise them on how to comply with the new and demanding levels of sustainability information disclosure and other applicable obligations, but also to help them understand the growing expectations of various stakeholders regarding this matter.

  • Advice in connection with establishing the sustainability information to be disclosed (including in prospectuses)
  • Support in drafting policies on the integration of sustainability risks into investment decision-making, due diligence policies regarding negative impacts of investment decisions, remuneration policies, among others
  • Development of related compliance programs
  • Follow up of the relation with regulators
  • Development and implementation of training programs
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