Fund association criticises Swedish Pensions Agency for SFDR delay

Swedish premium pension savers still can't see which article the funds are classified under three months after the disclosure regulation came into effect. "The work is underway," the Fondtorget chief tells domestic media.

Swedish Investment Fund Association's Senior Legal Counsel Anna Larris. | Photo: PR/Fondbolagens Förening

The Swedish Investment Fund Association has strongly criticized the Swedish Pensions Agency, as it still hasn't started using the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) standard for the funds on the fund platform Fondtorget.

This is despite the regulation coming into effect three months ago and the domestic fund industry implementing the framework in order to classify the funds in the market, Swedish daily Dagens Industri Writes.

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