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SUSTAINABILITY RESEARCH
June 2021

EU Action Plan Triggers Sustainable Consequences

Editorial
When we started to introduce the very first sustainable mandates 32 years ago, this was still a niche area of investment. Back then, there was plenty of freedom in configuring investment portfolios. Since then, sustainable investments have seen explosive growth, and it had also become obvious that the climate transition would require massive capital spending. So regulators became involved and the European Union passed a package of measures in the form of an Action Plan on Financing Sustainable Growth. This has two far-reaching consequences: the first is that the time of "free-style" approaches to sustainable investments is over. The second consequence is the emergence of a new product class. With the introduction of a category of investment products with clear sustainability objectives, customers at last know what they are getting.

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