Discussion on the FCA’s Sustainability Disclosure Requirements consultation – 1 Nov 2022, 2:00pm

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Meeting: 2pm, 1 November 2022 

This event is the third in FBC’s series of ESG-themed round-tables, designed to help AFMs (and fund board professionals in particular) get on the front foot in terms of meeting their responsibilities when it comes to Responsible Investment.

We will be joined by the FCA and our expert panel to discuss the new consultation paper will be:

  • Mark Manning, Technical Specialist, Sustainable Finance and Stewardship, FCA
  • Sandra Carlisle, Head of Sustainability, Jupiter
  • Julie Patterson, iNED
 

We will be discussing:

  • What are the key requirements introduced and how do they build upon and differ from those in the FCA’s Nov 2021 discussion paper on SDR and investment labels (DP 21/4)?
  • How do the requirements compare with the European Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations (SFDR)?
  • What is the current status of the UK Green Taxonomy and how will it interact?
  • What are the main things which the FCA be looking for in how firms implement the requirements?
  • What are our speakers’ initial responses to the details of the paper?
  • How are our speakers’ firms approaching preparing to implement the requirements?
  • What does good practice look like in terms of how firms should oversee alignment with existing FCA ESG regulations and the evolving consultation paper requirements?
 

Contributors

Our speakers will open the meeting with some initial thoughts and we will then open the discussion to the attendees for what we are sure will be an interesting discussion of how these matters are being considered in their organisations and especially on their fund boards.

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This event is open to FBC members only. FBC members can register for the meeting by logging in to their Member Portal.

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