'Green Day': Investment bodies react to new Green Finance Strategy

Experts give their thoughts

The UK government has released a new green finance strategy today (30 March), as part of a wider ream of green policies in what's been dubbed ‘Green Day' in recent weeks.

Noteworthy from today's bundle are the launch of a consultation into future regulation of ESG ratings providers, a framework for scaling nature-based investment markets, further detail on the net-zero-aligned Financial Centre framework and the ISSB assessment and endorsement process. Further commitments to release a UK Green Taxonomy in Autumn 2023 and a Call for Evidence on Scope 3 disclosures "later this year" were also announced. Investment Week sister title Sustainable Investment has rounded up all the key reactions from across the sector. 'Green Day': Treasury launches consultati...

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