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In the latest episode of The Responsible Investor Podcast, ICGN chief executive Jen Sisson discusses changes to the UK's listing rules, Exxon's fight against filers, and the role of governance in ESG.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: UK government appoints new pensions minister; NBIM issues call for climate finance proposals.
Banks face possible new requirements around developing transition plans and assessing client resilience to ESG risks.
Stakeholders are waiting on regulatory guidance to flesh out the impact of the rule changes.
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ISO eyes 'globally applicable core principles' and wants to avoid overly narrow focus on financed emissions metrics.
Central bank body also found emerging market banks more upbeat about the cost of transition plans than developed market peers.
Jen Sisson will replace Kerrie Waring, who is stepping down after a decade in post.
RI takes a closer look at how investors and data providers are using a key diversity metric.
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The French financial watchdog is experiencing budget and staffing difficulties amid new CSRD requirements, while other EU regulators have announced plans to assess their resources.
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Investor Coalition for Equal Votes launches pre-listing engagement at tech firm as big names in 2024 IPO season face ESG concerns.

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