Are you planning to respond to the US Securities and Exchange Commission on its proposal to introduce mandatory, digital climate-related disclosures?
In an interim report just issued for consultation, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) aims to assist supervisory and regulatory authorities in developing their approaches to monitoring, managing and mitigating stability risks arising from climate change, and to promote consistency across sectors and jurisdictions.
The UK has launched a new Transition Plan Taskforce (TPT) to support the transition to a low-carbon economy.
The US National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has announced a new framework requiring insurance companies to report their climate-related risks, in alignment with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
For anyone interested in the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposal to introduce mandatory digital climate disclosures, there is substantial food for thought in recent remarks by Chair Gary Gensler.
The Canadian government is the latest to announce mandatory climate reporting requirements.
We are still seeing lots of discussion and information on the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposal to introduce mandatory digital climate disclosures.
At an open meeting on Monday, the US SEC put forward landmark new rules on mandatory climate-related disclosures, to be digitally tagged using Inline XBRL, in proposals described by Chair Gary Gensler as “driven by the needs of investors and issuers.”
Are you involved in reporting on net zero commitments, or do you seek to use this type of data?
The European Central Bank (ECB) highlights the need for immediate action in an updated assessment of progress made by European banks on disclosing climate and environmental risks.