SEC unveils new ESG fund disclosure and naming requirements

Aims to prevent greenwashing

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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The US Securities and Exchange Commission
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The US Securities and Exchange Commission

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed two new rule changes that aim to prevent greenwashing in ESG funds.

The American regulator voted to issue a proposal that would broaden the SEC's fund naming rules, while the other would increased disclosure requirements for ESG funds. The SEC already holds that...

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