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ERAFP recommends voting against auditors if CSRD assurance is lacking in detail to "emphasise the importance of verifying this data".
Japan sets up ISSB working group; US firms in scope for CSRD reporting should beware of 'negative feedback loops', say lawyers.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: UK pensions regulator calls for early TNFD adoption; Italy launches CSRD consultation.
The Swedish government has put forward a package of reliefs for companies that would delay the first reporting cycle to January 2025.
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French financial watchdog publishes climate transition planning CSRD guidance for local companies.
Implementation and streamlining of existing rules in focus for 2024, with all eyes on EU elections in June and the implications for the sustainable finance agenda.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: EBA proposes introduction of voluntary EU label for green loans; Swiss listed companies to submit sustainability reports to shareholder vote.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: JP Morgan climate metric in line with NZBA protocols, says alliance; GFANZ APAC chapter issues guidance on coal phase-out.
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European Commission says incomplete transposition from member states ‘undermines an equal level playing field for the market within the EU’.
The Big Four accounting firms have flagged timing and lack of resources as potential barriers to high-quality reporting.
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