We assess the impact on business as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission looks to mandate disclosures

Transparency is crucial for ensuring investors can evaluate ESG risks and impacts when making investment decisions for corporates. The current voluntary nature of disclosures by corporates has meant that there has been a considerable lack of comparability of data that subsequently undermines the ability of the investor community to make sound, ESG-driven investments.

As the Securities and Exchange Commission looks to mandate climate risk reporting, what will this mean for everyday business, ESG disclosure and financial reporting?

We have just published our latest report on what to expect from the incoming SEC climate reporting rules in 2022, and how best to prepare the right people and departments in your business for it.

Download the complimentary report on the future of reporting under the new SEC rules here.

Insights in this report include:

  •     Best practice for reporting with higher quality of data in line with SEC mandated rules

  •     Quantifying the non-financial: Putting a financial metric on sustainability data

  •     The potential integration of ESG disclosures in 10-Ks

  •     Engaging with the investment community on incoming regulation changes

  •     Internal Alignment: Managing shifting responsibilities within your organization

Download the report here.

For more information, contact Alexia Croft at alexia.croft@thomsonreuters.com

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