Investors in France hold their breath as stricter rules and fund labels loom


In a recent position paper, the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) said that the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation was not providing a sufficiently clear definition of sustainable investment. SFDR, which came into effect in 2021, requires asset managers and other financial players to inform of ESG risks in a bid to promote sustainable investments and discourage greenwashing practices at a time when regulators, investors and consumers agree on the need to increase disclosure transparency in the sector.“ Art. 8 and 9 are rather new regulations and may not have been understood properly by everyone,” our investment analyst Stéphanie Rheinboldt explained to Net Zero Investor. Read more here: (article in English)