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Efrag asked to reprioritise work on EU sustainability reporting standards

European commissioner for financial stability, financial services and the capital markets union Mairead McGuinness said the change in timetable “will avoid overlapping consultations” (Photo: Francois Walschaerts/AFP via Getty Images)

The European Commission has asked the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group to delay its work on sector-specific standards and provide additional guidance on its existing sector-agnostic proposals.

The technical advisory group mandated to develop the European Sustainability Reporting Standards has received a request by the European Commission to ...

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