The Investment Limited Partnership (ILP) is a common law, regulated partnership structure specifically designed for investment funds. New legislation enacted in late 2020 has modernised the ILP in order to bring it into line with European and international standards and to provide the ILP with features available in other Irish regulated investment funds.
With just weeks to go before the application of the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), this webinar looked at what funds and management companies need to do in order to comply by 10 March 2021 and beyond.
Our new Strategic Framework, which is composed of four key pillars – Advocacy, Leadership, Engagement, and Capability - will help us to meet the needs of our members now and into the future. Indeed, as our sector evolves and grows, it signals an exciting new phase and ensures we are future-proofing and setting our sights high.
While SFDR sets out disclosure requirements, these disclosures will necessitate the integration of sustainability risks into the investment process and consideration of principal adverse impacts on sustainability, with impacts regarding risk management and distribution. All of these aspects will need to be considered in seeking to comply with the SFDR.
Covid-19 has impacted us all, in one way or another. Apart from the very real and ongoing human tragedy, the pandemic has had major economic and financial repercussions. And among the myriad consequences for the financial industry is the renewed focus on an issue from previous crises – after the coronavirus-related selloff in February and March, we find regulators reflecting on systemic risk.