The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR*) became applicable in March 2021. The regulation is designed to increase the transparency and to make it easier for investors to identify and compare different investment strategies. By increasing the transparency on how each financial product have incorporated sustainable investments, environmental or social characteristics in a standardized manner, the SFDR* will help investors to assess and compare products. You will find on this page how Nordea addresses Sustainable Risks and Principal Adverse Impacts and detailed information about financial products categorized as article 8 and 9 under the SFDR*.
The SFDR* creates 2 categories of products with specific disclosure applicable to them:
“Article 8” strategies promote social and/or environmental characteristics
“Article 9” strategies have a sustainable investment objective