Mandate private market disclosures, says LSEG
Policymakers globally should introduce mandatory sustainability disclosure regimes that cover private markets as much as public markets, London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has urged.
PRI criticise ISSB disclosure materiality proposals
The UN Principle for Responsible Investment (PRI) has urged the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) to tighten its approach to materiality assessments in its sustainability-related financial disclosure standard, including requiring issuers to explain why data is omitted and include their supply chains in assessments.
UK regulator extends climate and transition reporting rules
FCA has extended coverage of its climate-related disclosure rules for listed companies and added requirements around transition plans for those firms as well as asset managers and life insurers.
UK pension regulator sets climate reporting penalties
The UK pension regulator has published details on the penalties associated with failing to report properly on climate-related risks,...
Australian regulator strengthens final climate financial risk guidance
APRA has published its final guidance for financial firms for managing financial risks of climate change, including tightened recommendations around kick-starting climate scenario analysis and encouraging the adoption of climate-related targets.
Global climate disclosure standards prototype gets COP26 launch
IOSCO: Regulate asset manager climate disclosures to prevent 'greenwashing'
The International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) said supervision and enforcement of sustainability-related risk disclosures...
US financial regulators acknowledge climate action needed amid 'increasing threat'
US regulators have identified climate change as an "emerging and increasing threat" to US financial stability for the first time
FTSE Russell publishes GHG targets framework to help TCFD forward-looking analysis
A framework for corporate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions targets has been published by FTSE Russell