It will also monitor the capital flows to sustainable investments. In response to the call for applications published in October 2022, the Commission selected 28 members and five observers from the private sector on the basis of their environmental and sustainable finance expertise. The seven permanent members among EU agencies and bodies have been re-appointed directly. In addition, nine EU institutions and international organisations have been invited as observers. The Commission has also appointed Helena Viñes Fiestas as Chair of the Platform. Viñes Fiestas is inter alia Commissioner of the Spanish Financial Markets Authority and a member of the UN High-Level Expert Group on Net Zero Pledges.
The Platform will reach out to a wide range of stakeholders e.g. on which new activities could be included in the EU Taxonomy or on possible amendments to the technical screening criteria of existing activities. In this context, the Commission will establish a Stakeholder Request Mechanism, to be published on the dedicated webpage, together with the deliverables and the progress of the Platform’s work. The full list of members and further information can be found on the Platform’s webpage.
Source: European Commission