Boosting the growth of sustainable investment and finance in the UK

We are a membership organisation for those in the finance industry committed to growing sustainable and responsible finance in the UK.

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About UKSIF

UKSIF exists to bring together the UK’s sustainable finance community and support our members to expand, enhance and promote this key sector.

We achieve our goals by building a strong and connected UK community, influencing government and regulators, and sharing our collective knowledge of issues and solutions.

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What We Do

UKSIF’s work to connect the community, influence policy and share knowledge drives growth and new opportunities for members as global leaders in the sustainable finance industry.

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UKSIF’s 260+ members manage over £10trn in assets, including investment managers, pension funds, banks, financial advisers, research providers and NGOs.

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Join us at this crucial time to take your place at the heart of sustainable finance, push forward the UK’s leadership in this area and position your organisation as a key player in this rapidly growing landscape.

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Our latest work

2021: a year of success and impact

2021: a year of success and impact

We are thrilled with how much UKSIF has accomplished in the past year. As we reflect on 2021 and come full force into 2022, we at UKSIF are proud to share our ‘UKSIF Review of 2021: A year of success and impact in driving forward sustainable finance’. Inside you will find a breakdown of our…

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UKSIF response: FCA Discussion Paper on Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR) and investment labels

UKSIF response: FCA Discussion Paper on Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR) and investment labels

In our response to the Discussion Paper, we focus on the following points: How a single, harmonised set of sustainability disclosures for all clients groups could be explored further by the FCA as an alternative to the proposed two-tiered approach for sophisticated clients and consumers. This could be achieved through a ‘stacking’ or ‘layering’ approach…

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UKSIF response: Environmental Audit Committee inquiry, Aligning the UK’s economic goals with environmental sustainability

UKSIF response: Environmental Audit Committee inquiry, Aligning the UK’s economic goals with environmental sustainability

UKSIF’s response to the Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry focuses on the government’s recent response to the recommendations of Professor Sir Partha’s Dasgupta Review of the Economics of Biodiversity, including how biodiversity could be more meaningfully incorporated into its policy decisions, and the vital need for the UK to shift from GDP as the key indicator…

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