PFA's fund division changes tack after criticism and starts reporting on product sustainability

The underlying funds at PFA Invest are now classified in accordance with the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, despite PFA previously being the only company to interpret the legislation as only applicable from the start of next year.

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PFA's fund division for external investors for the pension fund, PFA Invest, has decided to join its competitors in implementing the EU's sustainable finance regulation, despite previously stating it was interpreting the rules differently.

PFA Invest has updated its prospectus to include the information required by the new disclosure regulation for sustainable reporting, so its clients can now see how their investments are classified.

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