Essays about: "SFDR"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 15 essays containing the word SFDR.

  1. 1. The shifting landscape of ESG-investing in Sweden A qualitative study of how five Swedish fund companies plan to integrate the EU Action Plan on Sustainable Finance

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Marco Benedetto; Robin Thomsen; [2021-06-30]
    Keywords : ESG; Finance; Funds; Asset management; Sustainability; Greenwashing; SFDR; NFRD; Taxonomy; Investment.;

    Abstract : The awareness of sustainability has increased significantly in recent years as a result ofchanges in the environment, economic trends and social structures. As a result of that,regulatory organizations have urged the European Union to overhaul the current regulationmade to govern sustainable investing in Europe as many in the industry have feltthat ESG performance reporting has lacked supervision. READ MORE

  2. 2. Reviewing the Non-Financial Reporting Directive : An analysis de lege lata and de lege ferenda concerning sustainability reporting obligations for undertakings in the EU

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Jacqueline Björklund; [2021]
    Keywords : Non-Financial Reporting; sustainability; non-financial information; law; accounting; eu; eu-law; NFRD; Taxonomy; disclosure; Sweden; de lege ferenda; european green deal; disclosure regulation; Non-Financial Reporting Directive; SFDR; 2014 95; 2013 34; sustainable; icke-finansiell information; hållbarhetsrapportering; hållbarhetsrapport; eu-rätt; gröna given; taxonomi; 2014 95; direktiv 2014 95;

    Abstract : The Non-Financial Reporting Directive (“NFRD”),[1]is an important contributor to the European Union’s (EU) goal of creating a more sustainable future for all. By requiring large public-interest entities to report non-financial information relating to sustainability matters, the NFRD increases business transparency and gives stakeholders the opportunity to make more informed investment decisions, monitor corporate activities and initiate discussions based on current practices. READ MORE

  3. 3. Green Funds : An Analysis of the Product Specific Disclosures of the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation 2019/2088

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Isabella Tanskanen; [2021]
    Keywords : capital markets law; financial markets law; financial market; ESG; sustainability; funds; green;

    Abstract : Sustainability has started to play a greater role on the financial market and a larger number of investors are searching for financial products that contribute to the environment and the sustainable development. However, the numerous definitions of sustainable investments and green funds make the investment decision-making process difficult for investors and allow companies to “greenwash” their products. READ MORE

  4. 4. Investment Banks in Sweden : Careers in a gendered organization culture

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.)

    Author : Marit Annink; [2021]
    Keywords : Gendered Organization; Diversity and Inclusion; Gender Equality; Homosociality; Investment Banking; Könsmärkta Organisationer; Jämställdhet och Mångfald; Homosocialitet; Investment Banker;

    Abstract : Gender equality is a much-debated topic today with e.g., EU putting pressure on the labour market through Sustainable Financial Disclosure Regulations (SFDR) and the UN through their Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). READ MORE

  5. 5. Information asymmetry in mutual funds’ sustainability communication and its effects on sustainable development

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics

    Author : Gunnar Wahlqvist Odenman; Filip Nordgren Motsanos; [2021]
    Keywords : Information asymmetry; communication; sustainability; content analysis; noise; SFDR; sustainable finance disclosure regulation; mutual funds; KIID; key investor information document; qualitative content analysis; adverse selection;

    Abstract : Information asymmetry with regards to sustainable investments limits private investors’ ability to make educated investment choices. This thesis explores how information asymmetry can materialize in the sustainability communication of five mutual funds through a qualitative content analysis of Key Investment Information Documents. READ MORE