UKSIF: More ambitious green policies could attract £100bn of inward investment to UK

Michael Holder
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The UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) warned that green policy "flipflopping" has put the UK's status as a world leading destination for green investment under threat.

More favourable domestic green policies and regulations that clarify the role of financial firms in helping to decarbonise and combat nature-loss could help shift up to £100bn in globally managed investments towards the UK, according to research released today (15 May). Investment Association launches guidance on FCA sustainability rules A survey of 100 financial services organisations, representing £1trn in annual turnover and over £200bn in UK green investments carried out by UKSIF, signalled sizeable support for stricter and clearer green policies and regulations. But the associ...

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