Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Round-up: GRI on EU’s sustainability reporting, Basel on bonuses, UK pension schemes to assess Paris alignment

The level of detail required to comply with the EU’s proposed European Sustainability Reporting Standards means even sophisticated reporters will struggle to comply, according to the Global Reporting Initiative, a sustainability standards-setter. GRI set out its concerns in a response to a consultation from the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group, which ...

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