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SEC: Rulemaking

We are proposing to require ESG-related disclosures from registered investment advisers that consider ESG factors as part of their advisory businesses
"The request seeks comment about these and other questions on whether these information providers are providing investment advice under particular facts and circumstances, and thus ...
"The growing prominence of information providers in the industry adds import to our consideration of whether and how the framework for registering and regulating investment ...
Investors may reasonably expect funds with these names to invest in companies with policies, practices, or characteristics that are consistent with these standards, particularly when ...
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