Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) training

Date: 2022

Duration: 2 days

Location: online

Programme overview

Sustainable Finance Skillnet are delighted to announce the delivery of Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) training, starting in December 2022.

This course will be delivered by experts from Grant Thornton and is aimed at providing finance professionals with a baseline understanding of the regulation, as well as the practical skills to comply with supervisory expectations.

The first module will focus on setting the scene and building awareness, while the second module will address detailed reviews of regulatory templates. Sessions will cover the following topics:

• SFDR Overview

• SFDR interaction with the EU Taxonomy

• Principal Adverse Impact requirements

• SFDR Reporting Obligations

• Specific Article 8 an Article 9 fund considerations

• Case study and worked example of completing disclosure templates

• Overview of SFDR interaction with other regulatory requirements

The course will be run virtually, over two mornings, with opportunities for Q&A at the end of each session and interactive quizzes /polls throughout to embed key principles.

Dates: 12th and 13th December 2022

Times: 09:30 – 13:00

Cost: €800 with 50% funding available through Sustainable Finance Skillnet. Places are limited to 40 attendees and will be filled on a first served first come basis. To reserve your spot, please email

Who is providing this opportunity?

This opportunity is provided by the Sustainable Finance Skillnet, with funding from the National Training Fund through the Department of Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.

How are places allocated?

Places are allocated on a first come/first serve basis.

Who is eligible for grant funding for this course?

Any Irish-based employee of a financial services sector company. Publicly funded entities are not eligible for Skillnet funding.

How much grant funding is available?

In this case, 50% grant funding is available, with the other 50% being matched funding.

How is the matched funding payable?

Matched funding must be paid by your employer, after being invoiced by the Sustainable Finance Skillnet. Payment is by bank transfer only, credit card cannot be accepted.

Can I just pay the matched funding myself?

Skillnet funding is a business support only,however, if your employer agrees (in writing) to reimburse you or expense the matched funding, then we can support you and you can pay the matched funding directly.