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Regulatory Compliance August 5, 2022 Luis Angolotti and Serhat Öngen

The EU Taxonomy’s Data Hierarchy: Decoding Reported, Equivalent and Estimated Data

How Clarity AI’s EU Taxonomy solution can help you distinguish data types Together, the EU Taxonomy and SFDR regulations create rules for how financial market participants (mainly asset managers) have to disclose sustainability-related information. For example, asset managers offering financial products that promote environmental ch...

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Regulatory Compliance April 11, 2022 Rodolphe Bocquet, Mikel Alvarez

Three Reasons Why MiFID II Opens A New Paradigm For Sustainable Investment

An extension to MiFID II is one of the key components of the comprehensive European Commission’s sustainable finance regulatory agenda, alongside SFDR, EU Taxonomy and CSRD. Among a host of new MiFID II requirements is one major change – distributors and financial advisers must incorporate sustainability preferences in the overall cli...

Green Funds
Regulatory Compliance March 17, 2022 Patricia Pina, Rodolphe Bocquet, Carmen Boulet, Luis Angolotti, Javier Rodriguez

EU Taxonomy: Using Tech to Analyze “Green” Fund Performance

In today’s sustainable investment markets, a growing cadre of emerging finance taxonomies aim to clarify what it means to be sustainable. As a common classification system for sustainable economic activities, the EU taxonomy is a pioneer in the field and will be instrumental in achieving the emissions reduction and mitigation goals of t...

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Regulatory Compliance March 17, 2022 Patricia Pina, Rodolphe Bocquet, Carmen Boulet, Luis Angolotti, Javier Rodriguez

EU Taxonomy: Using Tech to Analyze “Green” Fund Performance

In today’s sustainable investment markets, a growing cadre of emerging finance taxonomies aim to clarify what it means to be sustainable. As a common classification system for sustainable economic activities, the EU taxonomy is a pioneer in the field and will be instrumental in achieving the emissions reduction and mitigation goals of t...