Register now: FCA and UKSIF to share latest SDR insights at Sustainable Investment Festival

Festival on 14-15 June

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Investment Week is thrilled to share the details of our panel session with the FCA and UKSIF at the Sustainable Investment Festival on 14-15 June.

The discussion will aim to help attendees navigate the ever-evolving ESG regulatory landscape and will include key insights and updates regarding the Sustainability Disclosure Requirements from Mark Manning, responsible for sustainable finance and stewardship at the FCA, and James Alexander, CEO of UKSIF.  The UK's sustainable disclosure requirements and fund labelling regime are crucial in improving retail investors' understanding of green products, and so the session, 'How best to implement the SDR and the areas still to be addressed', will consider the considerable work to be done bef...

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