European Commission Technical Expert Group: Call for Feedback on the EU Taxonomy

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Elodie Feller | Nathan Fabian | Martin Spolc

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The Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance set up by the Commission in July 2018 has launched a call for feedback on EU action to develop a unified EU-wide classification system – or taxonomy – for environmentally sustainable economic activities. The call for feedback aims to help the Technical Expert Group engage with a broad range of stakeholders and experts and will close on 22 February 2019. Find out more: This Webinar will provide background and guidance on the feedback process to support stakeholders and experts interested in contributing. Presented by: • Martin Spolc, Head of Unit, DG Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, European Commission • Nathan Fabian, Chief Responsible Investment Officer, PRI, Chair of the TEG Taxonomy Working Group • Elodie Feller, Investment Programme Lead, UNEP FI, Observer in the Technical Expert Group

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