Malaysia, Policy and Regulation

Malaysian stock exchange to launch ESG-reporting platform

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The new platform aims to overcome inconsistencies in the way ESG data is gathered, measured and reported by Malaysian businesses. (Photo: James MacDonald/Bloomberg)

The platform, which has been developed by Bursa Malaysia and the London Stock Exchange Group, will help companies align their carbon emissions reporting with global standards such as the TCFD. Malaysia’s stock exchange will launch a centralised sustainability reporting platform in April, to assist domestic businesses with their environmental, social ...

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