Waystone hopes SFDR review will offer more flexibility

Rebecca Palmer, ESG director at Waystone. Photo: Waystone.

Given the significant resources and costs that the asset management has incurred to date, many investment firms are hopeful that the European Commission, in its upcoming review, will allow enough flexibility in application of the rules so that firms are not required to incur further costs, significantly change their processes, or potentially SFDR classifications, says Rebecca Palmer, ESG director at Dublin-headquartered management company Waystone. 

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