To comply and implement the new French and European sustainability regulatory requirements

The European Commission announced in 2018 its 10 actions for sustainable finance among which new and ambitious extra-financial disclosures. The SFDR (Sustainable Finance Disclosure) Regulation that came into force in March 2021, the European Taxonomy and the CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) are for now the main pillars.  France has also uplifted its Article 173 with the publication of Article 29 of the Energy-Climate Law.

These numerous regulations are forcing investors to review the integration of ESG factors and update their sustainability policies. More than a compliance process, this is an opportunity to improve commitment within the sustainability and impact investing field.

Address regulatory requirements with success

  1. Training of executive and operational teams on new and fast-evolving sustainable finance regulations
  2. Gap analysis and recommendations on the ESG-climate strategy to align with national and European regulatory requirements
  3. Facilitation of workshops to address the impact of the regulations on the entity’s strategic objectives and practices
  4. Drafting of documents (sustainability policy, report 29, fund documentation, …)