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All you need to know about ESG taxonomy, regulation, and implementation deadlines
The European Union's Sustainability Framework is a set of policies and measures that aim to promote sustainable development within the financial sector. It is based on the principle that financial institutions have a key role to play in driving the transition to a more sustainable and low-carbon economy.
It includes initiatives such as the European Green Deal, which is a plan to make the EU carbon neutral by 2050, and the Circular Economy Action Plan, which aims to promote the transition to a more circular, resource-efficient economy.
The framework consists of a number of different initiatives and instruments, including:
- The EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), which requires financial market participants to disclose information on the sustainability risks and opportunities of their investments
- The EU Taxonomy Regulation (TR), which defines what is considered a "sustainable economic activity" and provides a framework for identifying and disclosing the environmental impacts of economic activities
- The EU's Green Bond Standard, which provides guidance for issuers of green bonds on how to ensure that the proceeds of their bonds are used for eligible green projects
Our award-winning software Fincite.CIOS helps you build your software for your sustainability requirements in a modular, lego-brick-like way. From onboarding a customer to reporting.
Download our free presentation to get some first insights and learn more about:
- Consumer Behaviour
- Regulatory Requirements & Timeline
- ESG Taxonomy
- Use Cases
- Fincite ESG Solution