ISS ESG now includes an NFRD indicator flag in its EU Taxonomy Alignment Solution, SFDR Principal Adverse Impact Solution and EU Benchmark Regulation Dataset in order to assist clients with their disclosure obligations
Financial market participants across the world face increasing transparency and disclosure requirements regarding their investments and investment decision-making processes.
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The EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation – Level 1 obligations, entered into force as of March 10th 2021, and a number of ISS ESG products, solutions and services can be leveraged in support of compliance.
ISS ESG has introduced a new area of our website which houses extracts from underlying methodology documents, which can be referenced in these regulatory disclosures.
The increase in ESG regulation across numerous different jurisdictions aims to advance the global green agenda by redirecting investor capital towards sustainable investments. Policy makers are now taking concrete action towards meeting global carbon emission targets.
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ISS ESG’s proprietary research and rating methodology has been consistently updated and developed across more than 25 years, aiming to deliver high-quality, material and forward looking ESG data on company’s sustainability performances.
This methodology is used to support our Regulatory Solutions, where we leverage existing and established underlying products, and include regulatory knowledge, product expertise and highly sector-specific analysis.
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