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Proposed three-year safe harbour from private litigation 'not necessary', observers say.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Moody's and MSCI team up on ESG data; BSI starts work on net-zero standard.
Investors need to ask what a serious agriculture transition strategy could entail, says RI's guest columnist.
It comes after China proposed a 'unified national system' for ESG disclosures.
Waving Australia flag in the air
AASB signals plan to adopt IFRS S1 on voluntary basis, following pushback from local finance sector and global investors to align with ISSB standards.
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Update comes in wider draft package setting out stricter sustainability reporting rules for Swiss corporates.
Latest impact-focused report from investor network, UNEP FI and Generation Foundation says current policies and guidance ‘fall short’ on stewardship.
Market regulator SEBI said it made the changes to ease compliance and reduce costs.
Regulator says rules ensure consistency with benchmark regulation even as ICMA calls for special treatment of some green bonds and SLBs.
New exclusions under ESMA naming rules could take out significant numbers of green bond issuers, especially utilities, investors warn.
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