Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Round-up: West Virginia’s ESG blacklist; GFANZ’s net zero framework release; SEC’s Goldman Sachs investigation

Six large financial groups have been warned they could be blacklisted by West Virginia – the latest US state to pass legislation targeted at banks and investors that boycott fossil fuels investments – according to The Epoch Times. It reported that the firms are BlackRock, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan ...

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