Andrew Voysey, Why the EU Taxonomy on Sustainable Finance matters to all regen investors?

A short interview with Andrew Voysey, Head of Business and Government Solutions at Soil Capital. We spoke about the EU Taxonomy on Sustainable Finance.


Call for feedback on TEG report on EU Taxonomy (NOW CLOSED)

Overview of the Technical expert group on sustainable finance (TEG)

Andrew’s article on LinkedIn

On 18 June 2019, the TEG published a report on EU Taxonomy, which takes on board the feedback received on the first round of proposed activities and the input from the additional experts. The report is accompanied by a short user guide, which provides a quick overview of what the taxonomy is, what it is not, and how to use it in practice, and by a summary of the technical report

The TEG opened a call for feedback on its report on EU taxonomy. The call for feedback will be open until 13 September 2019 COB. In the autumn, the TEG will analyse the responses and advise the Commission on how to take the feedback forward.

Main points:

  • Why this is important to impact investors interested in soil
  • Why this is also key for not European investors or investors not operating in the EU
  • What happens next
  • Process vs outcome based


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