Why competition law is a threat to climate collaboration
With some financial coalitions facing accusations of collusion and threats of lawsuits for their climate action efforts, calls are growing for reviews of antitrust legislation.By
Elizabeth Meager is the policy editor of Capital Monitor. She is dedicated to making sense of regulatory developments and their influence on the flow of sustainable finance and investment. She was previously managing editor of IFLR.
With some financial coalitions facing accusations of collusion and threats of lawsuits for their climate action efforts, calls are growing for reviews of antitrust legislation.By Elizabeth Meager
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An amendment to the EU investor protection framework has necessitated ESG training among distribution staff. But a lack of…By Elizabeth Meager
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Chris Faint explains what the central bank has learned from the first exercise of its kind globally, and responds…By Elizabeth Meager
The proposed voluntary framework is an early step towards standardised sustainability reporting but is seen as unlikely to have…By Elizabeth Meager
Paul Tang is among the Members of the European Parliament trying to stop gas and nuclear being included in…By Elizabeth Meager
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