Download this insight brief to learn the basics of the SFDR and how you can be prepared to meet these new sustainability and ESG disclosure requirements.
In March 2021, the European Union initiated the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) requiring financial firms to disclose their commitments to sustainability and ESG factors. The new regulation and standardized metrics under the SFDR are designed to drive €1 million into green investments over the next decade. What does the SFDR mean for your organization, and are you prepared for the new disclosure requirements?
Read on to learn more about the SFDR and how Enablon helps you meet these new sustainability and ESG disclosure requirements.
- The different levels and categories of disclosures under the SFDR, both mandatory and voluntary
- Key dates and milestones for implementation of the SFDR
- Three steps you can take to prepare for the new regulatory requirements under the SFDR