Top ten takeaways from Greening Finance: A roadmap to sustainable investing

SDR roll-out

Lauren Mason
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The UK Government and the Financial Conduct Authority will aim to close “the information gap” for market participants through rolling out SDR across the economy
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The UK Government and the Financial Conduct Authority will aim to close “the information gap” for market participants through rolling out SDR across the economy

Investment Week looks at the top ten key points from the Treasury’s sustainable investing roadmap, which details its new Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR) for asset managers and investment products.

Getting the right information to market participants SDR will build on the UK's Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) implementation and will cover three types of disclosure: Corporate disclosure New requirements for companies - including those in financial services - to make sustainability disclosures comprised under proposed international standards. They will also report environmental impact using the UK Green Taxonomy. Asset manager and asset owner disclosure Those who manage assets on behalf of clients will have to disclose how they take sustainab...

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