Indian regulator expands corporate risk controls to include ESG

Risk management has grown increasingly important, says SEBI, as it launches consultation on plans

Regulation in India may soon require the boards of large Indian companies to assess their ESG risk at least twice a year.

According to proposals being considered by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), domestic listing rules would be amended to require board-level Ri…

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