Materiality assessment in ESG reporting standards needs further guidance, say EU regulators

EU financial regulators and the ECB have submitted their opinions on the first set of sustainability reporting standards, which are due to be adopted in June.

The European supervisory authorities have urged the European Commission to provide more clarity on how companies should report their materiality assessments part ...

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