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Carlos Tornero

Carlos focuses on corporate governance and sustainability-related disclosure. He is a four-time winner of a State Street UK Institutional Press Award for his writing on regulation, investment, investor services and ESG. Carlos holds an MA in International Journalism from City University, a Diploma in Legal Studies from Cardiff University and a Law Degree from Oviedo University. He is a non-practicing member of Lucena’s bar association in Córdoba, Spain and has been a visiting lecturer of the Advance Program in Corporate Governance run by the business school of San Pablo CEU University in Madrid.
MEPs eye EU law on ESG corporate due diligence giving teeth to Ruggie Principles and OECD guidelines
The NFRD review will likely use the term ‘sustainability reporting’. But what’s in a name? Carlos Tornero reports.
Resolutions filed with Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Occidental Petroleum and Phillips66
Risk increases following Trump’s unilateral recognition of Morocco’s occupation
Responsible, retail and institutional investors see the plans as “regressive”
ABP joins growing governance trend encouraged by the PRI and some institutional investors
Feedback comes as BlackRock asks for whole gamut of ESG standards, not just climate
Meanwhile, Cambridge Judge Business School launches the Regulatory Genome Project
ESG corporate reporting has crossed the Rubicon
Investors divided on key issues as mooted sustainability standards board starts to take shape

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