Taxonomy aims to enable the financial sector to classify green activities, facilitate monitoring of credit and investment flows, and prevent greenwashing.
The largest listed companies, as well as those in the steel and cement sectors, will have to disclose GHG emissions in their...
Framework sets out a roadmap outlining how the government intends to raise green, social and sustainability bonds, loans, and other debt instruments...
From February, companies will be required to compile annual environmental disclosure reports for submission by 15 March of each year.
Guidance from the Crypto Climate Accord describes how stakeholders in the crypto sector can measure, track and report GHG emissions.
NGFS ‘how-to’ guide allows central banks to take own specificities into account and decide on the scope and depth of their disclosure.
Climate reporting will be mandatory for financial institutions from financial year 2023; board diversity policies to be disclosed in annual reports.
Guidance to be issued on climate risk management, scenario analysis and TCFD-aligned disclosures.
Amended corporate governance code and listing rules will require firms to ensure board independence, refreshment, and diversity from January 2022.
Task Force partners with international organisations to focus on money laundering, data collection and company transparency.
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