ESG standard setters launch best practice platform in Singapore

Regulatory requirements and sustainability reporting pressures by foreign investors were among the reasons to headquarter SIL in Singapore. The city-state is the finance hub of southeast Asia, a region whose rapid growth has caused an ESG reporting gap (Photo: Ore Huiying/Bloomberg)

The International Sustainability Standards Board and the Global Reporting Initiative have launched a best practice platform in Singapore to help companies prepare for an increasing slew of sustainability requirements

With the alignment of sustainability disclosures now a global concern, two international standard setters are looking to Asia to ...

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