EFAMA: EU-wide 'single access point' would open up comparable ESG data

Trade association consortium urged action

Jenna Brown
EFAMA said insufficient availability of comparable and reliable ESG data remains a key challenge

EFAMA said insufficient availability of comparable and reliable ESG data remains a key challenge

The European Commission's recommendation to create an EU-wide 'single access point' as part of the capital markets union (CMU) would open up greater access to comparable environmental, social and governance (ESG) data, according to the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA).

The establishment of a continental single access point was part of the European Commission's High-Level Forum's final report on the CMU released today (10 June). The report outlined a series of 17...

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