UK's Financial Conduct Authority signals stronger regulatory oversight of ESG markets could be in the offing in response to growing 'greenwash' concerns
New report from Aldersgate Group calls on government to give proposed Sustainability Disclosure Requirement framework 'teeth' so as to drive the development of net zero finance sector
Rishi Sunak calls on Bank of England to encourage financial sector to back domestic oil and gas production 'where practical and relevant'
Financial Conduct Authority consults on expanding TCFD risk disclosure rules to cover asset managers, life insurers, and regulated pension providers
Chancellor demands that PCA and FCA take net zero target into account, just weeks after similarly updating key Bank of England regulators' remit
The UK Financial Conduct Authority's climate risk reporting proposals for companies are not nearly strong enough, argues ClientEarth's Daniel Wiseman
Financial Conduct Authority proposals would see 480 large UK companies having to disclose risks posed by climate change and the net zero transition - or to explain why they are failing to do so
Financial Conduct Authority proposes taking much more active approach in managing green finance market asit looks to drive sustainable investment market and protect consumers from 'greenwash'