FE fundinfo's Matthias Breier: Greenwashing and UK sustainable fund labels

Regulatory approach to support clients

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The term "sustainable" has become commonplace, yet its precise meaning regarding activities and revenues remains elusive.

Sustainability encompasses a broad spectrum -whether it is the production of solar panels, the reduction of carbon intensity, eradicating child labour in supply chains, or even the generation of nuclear energy. It encompasses these facets and so much more, but while all of these objectives might be sustainable under one dimension, they could still harm another dimension of sustainability.  Shareholder group calls on Shell to set stronger climate goals Our world operates within a complex web of interlinked topics that intertwine and impact one another when it comes to sustainabilit...

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