How Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) impacts PE firms and their transactions

In this webcast, EY teams explore SFDR in the context of sustainable finance, and why PE investors should ask the right questions when evaluating the sustainability characteristics of their investments.

The sustainable finance landscape is rapidly evolving, and it can be challenging for financial institutions to keep up with the latest regulations and best practices. SFDR is a new EU regulation that requires financial market participants and financial advisors to disclose information on the ESG characteristics of their investment products.

Join us as we discuss the impact of this regulation on the PE industry and provide practical insights on how financial institutions should comply with SFDR. We also cover the importance of pre-acquisition ESG due diligence to ensure and provide evidence that investment decisions align with their sustainability objectives and SFDR requirements.

Topics discussed include:

  • What are the key requirements of SFDR and what impacts does it have on financial institutions and investors?
  • How can PEs approach SFDR related questions and requirements during the due diligence phase?
  • Is SFDR effective enough to achieve our goals set in the Paris Agreement?
  • How can SFDR be improved to better address the challenges and opportunities of sustainable finance and corporate sustainability reporting?


  • Alicia Rubi, Partner, Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young Servicios Corporativos, S.L.
  • Alvaro Molina, Partner, Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young Servicios Corporativos, S.L.
  • Konstanze Nardi, Partner, Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Helena Hausen, Investment Manager, Beyond Capital Partners


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