FCA sees 'clear rationale' for regulatory oversight of ESG data providers

Mixed feedback on UK green bond standard

James Baxter-Derrington
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The regulator noted there was broad agreement across the industry regarding the potential harms caused by the growing role of ESG data and rating providers.
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The regulator noted there was broad agreement across the industry regarding the potential harms caused by the growing role of ESG data and rating providers.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said there is a “clear rationale” for it to provide regulatory oversight of “certain ESG data and rating providers”.

In its ESG integration in UK capital markets feedback statement, the regulator noted there was broad agreement across the industry regarding the potential harms caused by the growing role of ESG da...

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