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Eurosif seeks a Senior Policy Adviser
23 January 2023
Eurosif is seeking to recruit a Senior Policy Adviser to support the development of the organisation’s positions on various topics that are part of the broader EU sustainable finance regulatory agenda, conduct research, coordinate the organisations’ working groups, advocate the organisation’s positions with the EU policy makers and other stakeholders, and monitor European sustainable finance policy developments.
On 16th January, Eurosif responded to the ESAs’ Call for Evidence on Greenwashing
16 January 2023
Eurosif is highly supportive of the ESAs efforts to clearly define the concept of greenwashing and identify its instances. Greenwashing, if not addressed adequately, may undermine confidence in the integrity of sustainable investment markets and counter the objectives of the EU sustainable finance agenda and many of its regulatory actions aimed at mobilising finance for transition towards sustainability, increasing transparency and fighting greenwashing.
Newsletter New Year’s Edition 2023
13 January 2023
In this newsletter you can expect :
- Brussels insights on the latest developments on EU sustainable finance
- Upcoming events
- Eurosif in the press
- Updates from our SIF members across Europe
- Reading recommendations
- Podcast recommendations
Eurosif seeks an Office Manager
23 December 2022
Eurosif is seeking to recruit a part-time office manager to provide administrative support to the organisation. The successful candidate will support Executive Director in managing the organisation’s finance, preparing and managing the organisation’s budget, HR and provide administrative support. She or he will also act as a personal assistant to the Executive Director helping her to organise meetings and efficiently manager her diary.
Joint Statement on the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD)
8 December 2022
Today, Eurosif, Accountancy Europe, Finance Watch, WWF, Frank Bold and ShareAction released a joint statement on the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD). This joint statement highlights the overall support for the European Commission’s proposal on the CSDDD. More particular, the signatories support the promotion of environmentally and socially responsible business practices to ensure a long-term perspective that addresses adverse impacts on human rights, society, the environment, and the climate.