The asset management industry plays a key role in meeting the objectives of the European Green Deal to make the EU’s economy sustainable. Our members integrate ESG considerations across their risk management processes and investment decisions. They develop sustainable investment products and foster transparency to fight greenwashing. This increases choice, trust and, in turn, retail investors’ participation. Overall, such efforts mobilise capital towards a fair and just transition to a climate-neutral economy by 2050.
EFAMA actively contributes to the development and implementation of EU’s sustainable finance initiatives. Among them are a comprehensive transparency framework for financial market participants, standards and labels for green financial products, classification of green economic activities and policies enhancing corporate sustainability reporting.
EFAMA's reply to the EC's public consultation on the revision of the Non-Financial Reporting Directive
Our associations are committed to supporting the transition to a more sustainable economy and
to tackling climate change that we consider a priority. We strongly support the EU objective of
transforming Europe into the first climate-neutral continent in the world by 2050 and are ready
to contribute as representatives of the financial sector.
The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has published today its response to the European Commissions consultation document proposal for an initiative on sustainable corporate governance.
As the voice of the European asset management industry, EFAMA strongly welcomes the development of the EU Taxonomy and its proposed technical screening criteria in the Delegated Acts. EFAMA sees the Taxonomy as a critical tool to unleash the potential of sustainable finance in Europe by assisting issuers, project promoters, companies, investors, and other financial market participants in identifying truly sustainable economic activities.
EFAMA, the voice of the European investment management industry, joins the French and Dutch financial market authorities call for a European regulation of ESG data, research and ratings.
European asset managers are observing a double-digit growth in the demand for ESG investments, and clients are increasingly sophisticated in their preferences*.