New investment labels aim to help savers spot sustainable products – but won’t always stop greenwashing
By Stephanie Giamporcaro, Associate Professor, ESG and Sustainable Finance, Nottingham Trent University
Jean-Pascal Gond, Professor of Corporate Social Responsibility, City, University of London
From the nutritional traffic light system displayed on a box of cereal, to the efficiency ratings we look at when buying a house, ratings and labels help us work out how to spend money responsibly. A new scheme from the UK’s financial regulator also aims to use them to help you invest responsibly.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) first sustainable investment labelling regime is part of…
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- Thursday, December 7, 2023