The fund management industry still has some work to do to develop its information standards on sustainability issues, a survey conducted by Finansinspektionen, the Swedish financial supervisory authority, concludes.
Since 1 January 2018, new information requirements have been in effect to make it easier for savers to select funds that take sustainability into account. Good transparency is generally seen is a prerequisite for savers to be able to make well-informed investment decisions.
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