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Guide to Sustainable Investment Funds

The drive towards sustainable investing is being notably shaped by the European Union’s (EU) Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) regulations, setting a new precedent for integrating sustainability at the heart of financial operations. This guide aims to unravel the complexities of EU ESG regulations, focusing on their implications for investors eyeing sustainable funds, particularly emphasizing the critical role energy efficiency standards for newly constructed residential buildings play in the sphere of sustainable investments.

The Taxonomy Regulation serves as the cornerstone of the EU’s sustainability framework, establishing a unified classification system for environmentally sustainable activities. This pivotal piece of legislation steers investments towards environmentally positive projects and activities, providing a transparent blueprint for sustainable investing.

Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR)

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