Incoming regulation: Treasury and FCA working on sustainability rules for advisers

Green finance paper

Tom Ellis
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The Treasury did not outline a timescale for proposals or the implementation of them.
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The Treasury did not outline a timescale for proposals or the implementation of them.

HM Treasury has said it is working with the Financial Conduct Authority to figure out how to introduce “sustainability-related” requirements for financial advisers.

A key aim of its work, the Treasury said, was to make sure advisers "take sustainability matters into account in their investment advice and understand investors' sustainability preferences to ensure suitability...

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