We develop customized regulatory implementation strategies that align with your institution’s priorities and needs.
The first binding regulations deriving from the EU Action Plan on Sustainable Finance demand that financial institutions adapt a series of policies, management processes, marketing materials, and disclosure processes by 2021.
We support risk management and compliance units in establishing the necessary frameworks to conduct environmental and human rights due diligence and risk assessments. We also assess potentially controversial companies, countries, and sectors.
The G7, OECD, and the United Nations expect corporations to address and avoid adverse impacts in their business relationships and investments. Being linked to environmental and human rights issues may lead to financial losses, reputational damage, regulatory sanctions, or even litigation.
We help you to identify criteria in line with international and national standards and determine your unique tolerance to risk as an asset owner, lender, or underwriter.
We screen client portfolios as well as equity and debt portfolios consisting of both listed and non-listed entities.
Screening investment and client portfolios for environmental and human rights risks is no longer a matter of personal preference and values. Regulation requires financial institutions to assess potentially controversial companies they invest in or support.
We conduct market-leading research and provide advice to support our clients in addressing strategic questions such as:
Our input allows clients to efficiently develop their sustainable finance and/or corporate responsibility strategies—and operate the corresponding management systems.
ECOFACT is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact and the Principles for Responsible Investment, and is a member of Swiss Sustainable Finance.Learn more
August 21, 2020
Time to move beyond reputational risk management
August 13, 2020
Transparency and Sustainable Finance Regulations
April 14, 2020
Why we need to be prepared – especially when we know something will happen
April 8, 2020
Minimum Safeguards Within the Upcoming EU Sustainability Taxonomy
ECOFACT hosts three events annually that facilitate
knowledge sharing among peers and experts:
ECOFACT’s ambition is to be a catalyst in the transition towards a sustainable economy. We write, organize events, develop products and services. Be the first to know.