US regulator adopts tighter rules for ESG fund names

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has finalized a rule that requires investment funds that identify as being sustainable or ESG to have at least 80% of their value in securities that correspond to the name.

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Read more: Names RuleSecurities and Exchange CommissionUS SIFAmanda WagnerAndrew BeharAs you SowHester PeirceMaria Lettini