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Platform on Sustainable Finance asked to look at potential categories beyond those proposed in last year’s consultation.
Central bank body also found emerging market banks more upbeat about the cost of transition plans than developed market peers.
The ISSB chair discusses the SEC’s climate rule, connectivity between standards and the importance of disclosure from smaller capital markets.
The climate targets initiative has been accused of sidelining staff and advisory bodies.
RI takes a closer look at how investors and data providers are using a key diversity metric.
Proponents reject report as ‘wholly inadequate’ ahead of vote, as bank reveals it turned down seven transactions over Indigenous risks.
Amendments that would make it compulsory for shareholders to be offered a vote on listed companies’ climate transition plans, as reported under CSRD, are being debated at the National Assembly.
US SIF, ICCR and Shareholder Rights Group challenge statements from Republican commissioners, while fund industry association ‘urges’ SEC to align anti-greenwashing regulation with watered-down climate disclosure rule.
Parts of proposed global framework for prudential climate disclosures slammed as ‘out of sync’ with market practices.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: IFRS Foundation launches survey for investor climate-related disclosures; ISS recommends vote against Woodside transition plan.

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