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Regulatory Briefing: Fresh objections to the SEC’s climate disclosures

By Victor Smart

More objections to the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposals for mandatory climate disclosure rules are surfacing as sector advocacy groups publish their formal submissions to the agency’s consultation, which closed on 17 June. 

The Bank Policy Institute, an advocacy and policy organisation representing major US banks, complains of an overly prescriptive approach that could undermine the goal of providing useful information to investors. Further, the proposal fails to account for the interaction with the prudential bank regulatory framework, says the BPI.

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