TISA publishes first 'Good Practice Guide' on ESG reporting

Helping firms 'get ahead' under SFDR

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The guide uses the Investment Association's terminology from its Responsible Investment Framework
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The guide uses the Investment Association's terminology from its Responsible Investment Framework

The Investing and Saving Alliance (TISA) has published a Responsible and Sustainable Investing Good Practice Guide to help financial services firms report in a "clear and consistent manner" under the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations (SFDR).

The guide is the first of its kind launched by the cross-industry financial services membership body, which said it is intended to ensure that disclosures are comparable and based on objective data, so that consumers can understand and compare the products they are offered.  Jeffrey Mushens, technical policy director at TISA, said: "Consumers are increasingly conscientious. They want to know where their money is invested and how ethical and sustainable are the products and services that are offered to them." Raising the bar: SFDR to lead to 'uptick in name and strategy changes' as fir...

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