SFDR: Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

A summary of our articles, wikis, e-papers and services about the SFDR


Sustainability legislation is becoming increasingly important. Investors, politicians and society in general are placing increasing emphasis on sustainability. This pressure has led to the development of many new sustainability rules and regulations.

The first set of Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations (SFDR) were introduced in March 2021. The SFDR regulations are designed to ensure that organisations provide better information about sustainable investments so that investors can make informed choices.

What we do

The SFDR imposes complex financial obligations on financial services organisations. Our Risk & Compliance consultants constantly monitor the changes to these regulations and are expert at their successful implementation. Our specialists can support you with:

  • Advice (e.g. scope and interpretation issues)
  • Impact analysis (determining the impact of future SFDR legislation on your organisation)
  • Strategic choices relating to SFDR and other ESG legislation
  • Gap analysis (identifying gaps and adjusting and implementing policies as needed)
  • Creating a dedicated ESG page on your website

ESG courses

Through our training institute, The Ministry of Compliance, we offer practical training on ESG rules and regulations: