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Switzerland Proposes Green Labelling Rules

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Switzerland has proposed new rules covering the labelling of sustainable financial products traded in the Alpine nation’s markets. The Swiss Federal Council said it will require issuers of the products to be able to justify the use of descriptive terms such as “green” and “ESG”. Among other requirements, the council proposes that issuers include disclosures on their products’ approach to sustainability and provide third-party verification of their credibility.

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