Transparency on the financial market: the SFDR creates clarity
If you move money, you move markets. With the SFDR, the EU has therefore set a powerful lever in motion to promote sustainability. Get an initial overview and find out how VERSO can support you.
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SFDR: Facts at a glance
Since 2023, the extended disclosure regulation for financial products in accordance with Articles 8 and 9 applies. Companies must disclose the specific ESG objectives/characteristics and describe how they intend to achieve them. Of course, this also includes an analysis of the results.
Which companies are affected by the SFDR?
The SFDR is aimed specifically at “financial market participants” in the EU, such as:
- Credit institutions/banks
- Investment firms
- Asset managers/capital management companies
- Insurance company