Esma seeks views on greening MiFID, Ucits

The European Securities and Markets Authority has launched three consultations on how sustainability risks and factors should be integrated into the main regulations governing European securities and investment markets — MiFID II, Ucits, the AIFMD and the Credit Rating Agency Regulation.

  • By Jon Hay
  • 19 Dec 2018

The move is part of the fiendishly complicated EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan, the most far-reaching attempt in a democratic society to redirect financial markets towards sustainability.

The European legislative procedure is that the Commission (civil service) drafts legislation; the Council, which represents national governments, and the European Parliament ...

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