On March 10, 2021 the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) comes into force, resulting in increased transparency requirements for Investors regarding sustainability aspects in investment activities. In our webinar, we will guide you through the key aspects you need to consider in your disclosure as an investor or asset manager.
NOTE: Registrations are now closed! If you're interested in this topic, but couldn't make it to the webinar, please contact Micha van den Boogerd at email@example.com
The EU Taxonomy is at the heart of the EU’s action plan on sustainable finance. In essence, it is a list of economic activities that can be considered (environmentally) sustainable when fulfilling certain criteria. With introducing the taxonomy, the EU hopes to reorient capital flows towards a more sustainable economy, ultimately supporting the objectives of the EU Green Deal. Starting in 2021, investors and other financial market participants (FMPs) will need to provide disclosure according to the taxonomy.
We will discuss these questions and more during this upcoming webinar. Come join us and learn more about the EU Taxonomy in order to ensure that your activities around ESG, Sustainability, and Responsible Investment are future proof. After the presentation, there will be time to discuss your questions during the Q&A session.
The webinar will be hosted by our colleagues Johannes Spaleck (Tauw Germany) and Julian Stempher (Tauw Netherlands), both consultants on Sustainability and Responsible Investment, and moderated by Micha van den Boogerd, project manager (Tauw Netherlands). Following the presentation, Marc Göbbels (Director Transaction & Responsible Investment Services, Tauw Group) will join the panel for the Q&A session.
The total duration of the webinar, including the Q&A session, is 45 minutes.
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29 October 2020, 12:00h
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Note: This webinar is suited in particular for alternative investment firms (e.g. private equity, venture capital, real estate, etc.) as well as other types of investors and FMPs. It is further suited for all parties interested in the EU Taxonomy and its workings, such as industrial companies (and other private sector firms), law firms involved in investments and transactions, or others.
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