Policy

Eurosif acts as the representative body of the pan-European SRI community to the EU Institutions (European Commission and Parliament) as well as to other relevant supra-national organisations. By doing so, it aims to promote sustainability through European financial markets and a broader adoption of SRI practices in Europe.
Eurosif’s policy work is informed by:

  • The expertise of its members and member affiliates through various working groups;
  • In-depth European market or thematic research;
  • Collaboration with external stakeholders active in the sustainable and responsible investment space or related fields.

This “policy method” as well as the broad constituency of Eurosif, covering the entire sustainable and responsible investment value chain, ensure that various sensitivities, points of views and expertise are reflected in its policy recommendations and positions.

Our Priorities

Our Positions

RESPONSE: Consultation on ESG disclosures (SFDR)

The European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) invited comments on ESG disclosures under Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial ...

RESPONSE: Consultation on the renewed EU sustainable finance strategy

Eurosif responded to the European Commission renewed sustainable finance strategy consultation. We are ready to help the EU Green Deal: ...

RESPONSE: Obligation for investment firms to advise clients on social and environmental aspects of financial products

The EU’s action plan on sustainable finance sought to clarify the duties of investment firms to provide their clients with ...

Eurosif – GRI Joint Statement on Commission’s Guidelines on Non-Financial Reporting

06 May 2016 - GRI and Eurosif welcome the European Commission consultation on the non-binding guidelines on methodology for reporting ...

Eurosif position on Country By Country Reporting

Eurosif supports a mandatory, annual CBCR, for listed companies with data made public to the company’s stakeholders, including investors and ...

Investor Statement on EU Proposed Conflict Mineral Regulation

We commend the Directorate General for Trade on its proposed regulation concerning corporate conflict minerals due diligence and reporting and ...
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