Jersey regulator ramps up Greenwashing drive

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The Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) has published new disclosure requirements relating to sustainable investment. The requirements aim to address the risk of greenwashing (funds being mislabelled as having a sustainable objective) and will apply to certified funds, certain fund services businesses, Jersey private funds and investment advisers. Following consultation with relevant industry stakeholders, the disclosure requirements are a proportionate response to changes driven by evolving international standards in environmental, social and governance (ESG). The require...

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