EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan Resource Center
Sustainalytics research on what the EU Action Plan means for investors
The EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan is the EU’s strategy for sustainable finance and is part of the implementation plan of Article 2(1)(c) of the Paris Agreement and the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It aims to:
Reorient capital flows towards sustainable investments in order to achieve sustainable and inclusive growth
Manage financial risks stemming from climate change, resource depletion, environmental degradation and social issues
Foster transparency and long-termism in financial and economic activity
Sustainalytics’ research aligns with the following three components of the EU Action Plan:
EU Investors’ Duties and Disclosures (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation)
To aid investors’ thinking on the upcoming EU Action Plan regulations, Sustainalytics’ dedicated Resource Center brings together our research-based insights on these three components. This page will be regularly updated with new insights. We hope you find it useful. Please contact us if you have any questions or want to learn how Sustainalytics can help you comply with the EU Action Plan regulations.
Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation
Sustainalytics is committed to helping investors comply with EU Action Plan regulations. We currently offer a Benchmark mapping service for the Benchmark Regulation and a Taxonomy data service for the Taxonomy Regulation. To learn more, visit our EU Action Plan solutions page.
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