A retail investor

Integrating environmental objectives into retail investors’ investment decisions is a major challenge to move France and Europe towards a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy. The involvement of retail investors differs greatly: interest limited to yield, will to implement thematic allocation to “green” sectors, to invest into sectors in transition or requirement to seek additional impact. Financial products identification, transparency on the underlying investments and financial advice practices are evolving to facilitate a greater involvement of environmentally-minded retail investors. In line with the National Low Carbon Strategy and the European Green Pact, the Finance ClimAct project is developing our understanding of retail investors environmental preferences and developing new tools to give invetors’ access to clear and credible information – including labels, online selection platform, adequation questionnaire.

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    ADEME's analysis of the French pilot climate stress test 19 August 2021

    ADEME analyzes the results of the climate pilot exercise conducted by the Banque de France in 2020-2021 and proposes several methodological developments for future exercises. Download file

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    The Sustainable Finance Observatory publishes its first activity report 7 April 2021

    The Sustainable Finance Observatory aims to contribute to the transparency, monitoring, and evaluation of the gradual transformation of French financial players. Seven months after its creation, it publishes its first activity report. The latter aims to provide an inventory of its creation and operation. It also seeks to promote similar initiatives by presenting the main stages in the creation of a Financial Center Observatory. Download file

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    Sustainable Finance Observatory: the Scientific and Expertise Committee publishes its preliminary recommendations 25 February 2021

    In line with the transparency dynamic set up within the Sustainable Finance Observatory, the independent Scientific and Expert Committee has just published its first preliminary recommendations. The Observatory's Steering Committee should soon respond to its recommendations. Download file

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    Sustainable Finance Observatory: ADEME and 2DII present their comments and proposals 12 February 2021

    2DII and ADEME present their comments and recommendations on the areas for improvement of the Sustainable Finance Observatory in order to achieve its mid-term objectives, as well as proposals to achieve them! Download file

  • A retail investor A financial institution Climate disclosure Climate disclosure platform Climate Commitment Observatory
    TCFD: the AMF assesses the implementation of the framework by ten French financial institutions 3 February 2021

    The AMF assessed the implementation of the TCFD framework by 10 French financial institutions, based on an in-depth analysis of their reports and interviews. This study highlights the main difficulties faced and presents good practices and next steps in order to support the institutions who choose to disclose climate risks and opportunities against this voluntary framework. Download file

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    EU Ecolabel: ADEME, the AMF, and the Ministries respond to the consultation on the third technical report 23 December 2020

    French public authorities’ comments on the criteria of the EU Ecolabel for financial (3rd technical report) Download file