An update on the Financial Conduct Authority Sustainability Disclosure Requirements and Anti-greenwashing rules.

Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015 the United Nations set out a plan for a safer and more prosperous planet by 2030. A significant part of the United Nations 2030 Agenda consists of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The scope of the SDGs is extremely ambitious and therefore they are designed to unite all appropriate actors behind a shared ambition. This means that businesses should coordinate with Governments at various levels, and civil society organisations to collectively pursue these objectives which stand to benefit us all. We believe that businesses that offer solutions to navigate emerging challenges and provide innovative technology are likely to prove resilient over the long term. As a consequence, we seek out investment strategies that support alignment with the SDGs and are positioned to avoid the risks, including ESG risks, and take advantage of the opportunities posed by a changing planet.

All 17 SDGs are shown below:

You can find out more about the SDGs and the role of businesses in achieving them here.

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