EU Taxonomy II

EU Taxonomy II

Stephanie Sfakianos

35 years: Sustainable finance & banking

The Taxonomy represents the most comprehensive attempt to tackle the very thorny topic of “what is green” and “what is green enough” and hence to help markets identify greenwashing. In this video, Stephanie highlights the importance of taxonomy. She further talks about the challenges and arguments against the EU taxonomy.

The Taxonomy represents the most comprehensive attempt to tackle the very thorny topic of “what is green” and “what is green enough” and hence to help markets identify greenwashing. In this video, Stephanie highlights the importance of taxonomy. She further talks about the challenges and arguments against the EU taxonomy.

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EU Taxonomy II

11 mins 51 secs

Overview

Although the EU Taxonomy brings numerous challenges, it is clear that pressure is building for a much more robust system for measuring and reporting on environmental impacts, which could present a wake-up call for market participants the world over.

Key learning objectives:

  • What are some of the challenges associated with the EU Taxonomy?

  • What does market research tell us about the EU Taxonomy?

  • What\'s next for the EU Taxonomy?

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Stephanie Sfakianos

Stephanie Sfakianos

Stephanie's long career in the financial services industry in London culminated around the past seven years in the field of sustainable finance. She has now left the banking industry, but has continued to apply her sustainable finance expertise through her work with ICMA and the International Standards Organisation.

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