EU Taxonomy: How can technology increase transparency and accountability

Presented by

Víctor Fernández, Senior Product Manager, Clarity AI | Amandine Leroy, Product Manager, Manaos | Moderated by Brendan Maton

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In today’s sustainable investment markets, a growing number of emerging finance taxonomies are still trying to clarify what it means to be sustainable. In this context, the EU taxonomy is a pioneer in the field and will be instrumental in achieving the emissions reduction and mitigation goals of the European Union’s Green Deal. However, the ongoing development process of the regulatory framework, the scarcity of available data, and the divergences between taxonomies across jurisdictions are hindering the adoption of sustainable strategies. A study conducted by sustainability tech company Clarity AI (https://clarity.ai/in-the-news/eu-taxonomy-using-tech-to-analyze-green-fund-performance/) indicates that only 7% of equity funds have more than 10% green revenues, as defined by the EU Taxonomy. Join us on April 12th to gain a better understanding of how technology can be leveraged by asset owners to: • Access robust and comprehensive tools to meet regulatory needs, aligned with main regulatory frameworks • Inform fact-based decision-making for advanced portfolio management • Customize compliance for your stakeholders’ diverse requirements --- About Clarity AI: Clarity AI is a sustainability technology platform that uses machine learning and big data to deliver environmental and social insights to investors and organizations. As of March 2022, Clarity AI’s platform analyzes more than 30,000 companies, 200,000 funds, 198 countries, and 187 local governments, and delivers data and analytics for investing, corporate research, and reporting. Clarity AI has offices in the US, Europe, and the Middle East. Clarity AI’s client network manages trillions in assets under management.

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