The legal landscape for financial market participants (FMPs) regarding sustainability and human rights has drastically changed and more regulation is on its way, both at the EU and AT national levels. This briefing paper is meant to give a short overview on what requirements Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial services sector lays down in the context of human rights and how we see and support compliance with the regulation.

Are you Complying with the EU Sustainability-related Disclosures Regulation? - Loning Human Rights and Responsible Business, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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