Speakers: Robert Rosenberg (Sustainability analyst), Rebecca Ogg (Senior legal Counsel)
- Overview of two key EU sustainable finance regulations – SFDR and the EU Taxonomy
- Covering background to each, key requirements and Fidelity approach
- Examples of selected market-specific regulations
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