The Role of Stakeholders to Minimise Greenwashing

The Role of Stakeholders to Minimise Greenwashing

Keith Mullin

35 years: Capital markets editorial

In the second video of this series, Keith talks about moves to harden the regulatory requirements around data disclosure, which many agree are needed to make green finance more credible.

In the second video of this series, Keith talks about moves to harden the regulatory requirements around data disclosure, which many agree are needed to make green finance more credible.

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The Role of Stakeholders to Minimise Greenwashing

10 mins 31 secs

Overview

The regulatory landscape is shifting towards formal disclosure and potential sanctions for non-compliance. The EU is leading the way but this is a global endeavour. Concrete steps are being taken to enforce data disclosure and standards, which will help investors and consumers make informed decisions

Key learning objectives:

  • What is the role of investors in calling out poor greenwashing?

  • What role can government and regulators play in calling out poor greenwashing?

  • How are customers protected from being misled?

  • What is the role of the European commission in improving companies\' non-financial performance?

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