UK FCA ESG Regulations
As the regulator of the UK’s financial markets and financial institutions, the UK Financial Conduct Authority has established an ESG Advisory Committee to formulate guidelines for ESG information disclosure and ESG data products. The FCA also formulates regulatory policies for the naming, classification and sustainable disclosures of ESG funds.
The Buy-Side Directorate under Financial Conduct Authority regularly conducts ESG investigations on asset management companies and issues reports.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority has issued Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR) for investment products
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) releases a ESG funds report for asset managers
The UK FCA issued a consultation document to solicit opinions on the implementation of Diversity and Inclusion
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has released a report on Sustainability-Linked Loan Market
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) plans to carry out an ESG supervision on asset management companies. The supervision is under the charge of the Buy-Side Directorate of FCA, which includes the corporate governance content that asset management companies are most likely to have a negative impact on consumers and the market in their business activities
The Financial Conduct Authority of the United Kingdom announced the establishment of the ESG Advisory Committee, whose work includes the formulation of guidelines for ESG data and rating agencies, guidance and supervision of ESG disclosure