FIF 2024: Still 'a lot of learning to do' when it comes to SDR

Julia Dreblow: ‘There is a lot of work that needs to be done'

Isabel Baxter
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There is still a lot of learning and work to be done when it comes to the Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR), delegates heard.

Speaking at the Future of Investment Festival today (5 June), SRI Services director Julia Dreblow, who is also vice president of the Financial Conduct Authority's adviser sustainability group, relayed the SDR rules and highlighted that there is still a long way for the regulation to go.   "The most important thing to remember is that everything happening in this market is new," she highlighted. Both the sector and regulator have learned a lot in the months since SDR was introduced, Dreblow noted. "It will likely take around two to three years for it to really settle in," she said. ...

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