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SIX provides financial institutions with all data and services required to be and remain compliant in the more and more complex regulatory environment.
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Access the ESG Data you need to make informed sustainable investment decisions.
The European Union’s ESG reporting regulations continue to evolve and represent the biggest recognition yet by any international authority of the role that financial institutions will play in the climate transition. The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), the EU Taxonomy, the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD) and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) are intended to highlight sustainability opportunities for investors and help them identify risks that our changing world poses to their investments and activities.
Key to compliance will be the use and integration of non-financial ESG data into firms’ workflows. The complex nature of that data, however, means that many market participants will experience challenges in gathering, processing and reporting the information that regulators want.
In this Special Report on ESG Regulatory Data - Meeting the Data Challenges of Europe’s ESG Regulatory Landscape - we detail what the regulations will mean for financial institutions in terms of their data and technology needs and how SIX can help them overcome their disclosure challenges.
The requirements and aims of the EU’s ESG regulatory framework, with emphasis on what financial institutions will be expected to disclose to regulators
The challenges firms face in identifying the data they’ll need to comply, how to gather it and make it useable within workflows built on traditional data sources
Strategies that will help financial institutions meet those challenges and put in place processes that will enable them to adapt to the changing landscape