A noteworthy finding in the report is the growing divergence in regulatory approaches between the UK and EU.
The resource aims to help issuers demonstrate their sustainability commitments and enhance accountability, ultimately bolstering the credibility of the SLB market
Review could permit greater interoperability with fund-labelling, disclosure regimes in other jurisdictions.
The NZDPU proof of concept, supported by CDP, will provide an initial set of companies’ Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions and reduction targets.
New GFANZ consultation seeks feedback on a principles-based approach to the four key net zero financing strategies identified last year.
The consultation spans issues such as legal certainty, usability, and how SFDR can play its part in tackling greenwashing.
The revised G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance were also endorsed at the G20 Leaders Summit in India at the weekend.
IGCC, PRI, and Carbon Disclosure Project have written to Australia’s Treasurer calling for standardisation and regulatory guidance on transition plans.
Setting targets without mandatory disclosure path “counterproductive” and risks greenwashing, non-profit warns.
ING scored above average for eight out of the ten areas of the TPI’s assessment framework. JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley scored above average on two areas.