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The growing sophistication of ESG requirements and the surge in litigation risks
By Dr. Eric PERRU, Partner, Avocat à la Cour and Sami Ben MAHMOUD, Associate, Avocat à la Cour, Pinsent Masons Luxembourg   The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has played a pivotal role in microfinance and financial inclusion since the 1990s, earning global recognition as a sustainable finance hub. Notably, the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX), the pioneering platform exclusively dedicated to sustainable securities, hosts almost half of the world’s listed green bonds. In line with its dedication to sustainability, Luxembourg has implemented a comprehensive array of regulatory measures and structures to foster various related activities, including responsible investment funds, green bond listings, and the labelling of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) funds(1)...
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