Regulators across all markets are increasingly requiring companies, including financial institutions, to provide timely, comprehensive, and comparable climate-related risk reporting. Asset owners, asset managers and civil society organizations have advocated for greater transparency, and voluntary market-led initiatives like those of the TCFD and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) have helped to improve transparency and climate-related risks disclosures. Regulators in the EU, US, UK, and the APAC region are well on their way to developing climate-related reporting requirements and the formation of the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) is expected to improve the availability of a key set of metrics across geographies. Join our discussion to learn more about how investors can navigate the sea of existing and emerging climate disclosure regulations globally.
Ben Payton, Special Projects Editor, Responsible Investor
Viola Lutz, Head of Climate Solutions, ISS ESG
Venetia Bell, Head of Strategy and Group Chief Sustainability Officer, GIB Asset Management
Curtis Ravenel, Senior Advisor to the Co-Chair & Vice-Chair, GFANZ
Sam Prestidge, Strategy and Policy Adviser, IFRS