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Hundreds of real estate managers have reported assets are at financial risk owing to new environment regulations.
Managers must now decide how best to help portfolio companies navigate new disclosure requirements, according to Weil, Gotshal & Manges partner Marc Schubert.
Managers marketing products to UK clients must now be more careful with their imagery, according to Linklaters funds lawyer Anisha Galli.
Impact and SFDR classification has always been an awkward marriage. It's no surprise sophisticated market actors are moving away from it.
The lack of investment in the blue economy and the need for more technological innovation in agriculture were among the talking points at Impact Investor Global Summit last week.
Article 9’s reporting obligations are ‘too burdensome’ for some private fund managers, say Stafford and Anthos.
ELTIFs and LTAFs have been adopted by several GPs – most recently Pictet – looking to raise capital for sustainable investment strategies.
As climate disclosure and reporting regulations from the EU, the SEC and the state of California come into force, three regulatory experts discuss the quandaries for investors that need to comply.
Requests around additionality were toned down in the final guidance, which the regulator says is 'in principle compatible' with global guidance.
Private funds' thinking has evolved from "risk management" to "value creation," PwC's Eric Janson says on RCW webinar

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