Making Sense of Sustainable Investing

By BlueMark

COUNTRY

Online

Date & time

(GMT -5)

16 December 2021

1:00pm

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16 December 2021

2:00pm

About this event

Asset managers today must address an ever-growing list of rules and expectations from regulators, investors and other stakeholders about their approach to sustainable investing. From the passage of anti-greenwashing rules in Europe to the launch of new standards for sustainability reporting, it’s daunting for investment firms to keep up with the market’s rapidly evolving requirements.

A forthcoming report from BlueMark and Morgan Lewis shows that there are several areas of overlap between regulatory frameworks and market-based frameworks, and offers a four-step roadmap that any asset manager can use to align and comply with these frameworks.

Join BlueMark and Morgan Lewis on December 16th for a discussion of the new report and for the opportunity to hear about the experiences of two asset managers who have been working to adapt their policies to keep apace with the market.

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