The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today (29 March) implied that the implementation dates for the Sustainablity Disclosure Requirements (SDR) are being postponed.
The broad-brush 'anti-greenwashing rule' was set to come into force on 30 June while the labelling and disclosures reforms were slated for 2024, but these could both be pushed back due to the "significant response" to the regulator's SDR consultation paper. The consultation closed on 25 January 2023 having received around 240 written responses, the FCA revealed, prompting the watchdog to announce that to "take account of the significant response, we intend to publish the policy statement in Q3 this year, and the proposed effective dates will be adjusted accordingly". The statement wi...
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