Half of advisers unaware of upcoming ESG regulatory requirements

184 advisers surveyed

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David Hearne: "There’s a temptation to lump ESG into the subject of risk, but I think they’re different things."
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David Hearne: "There’s a temptation to lump ESG into the subject of risk, but I think they’re different things."

Nearly half of advisers are not aware of impending regulation around discussing Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) investing with clients, as research revealed a "lack of preparedness" around the issue.

Square Mile Investment Consulting and Research found that fewer than half (47%) of advisers were unaware of incoming changes to Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) requiring advisers...

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