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The US Impact Investing Alliance launches a proposal calling on the Biden-Harris administration to create a more inclusive economy.
The DoL promises that it won’t 'pursue enforcement actions against any plan fiduciary based on a failure to comply with those final rules'.
The new EU rules will require fund managers to disclose how sustainability risks are integrated into decisions and their likely impact on returns.
The rise of new reporting frameworks should help debt funds with disclosure requirements, says John Anderson, international counsel at Debevoise & Plimpton.
Europe’s sustainable finance and climate change agenda creates a whole new compliance challenge for private funds.
Infrastructure firms and funds show solid readiness for the EU’s incoming disclosure regulations, says GRESB’s infrastructure director, Rick Walters.
President Trump's Department of Labor has instituted new rules that many see as a blow to the growing environmental, social and governance investment models.
The Department of Labor has quietly updated ERISA rules to require private pension plan fiduciaries to put financial returns ahead of sustainable goals in investing, a last-minute blow to so-called ESG investing. “The Department has construed the requirements that a fiduciary act solely in the interest of, and for the exclusive purpose of providing benefits […]
"One real risk looms even larger than the pandemic and could have even more grave human and economic costs than those we have witnessed these last eight months. That risk arises from climate change"
New disclosure and reporting requirements are set to take shape in March 2021 and will have a range of impacts on US managers with even minor operations within the bloc.

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