Policy and Regulation

US SEC action against Vale likely to have greatest implications for ESG

While the US Securities and Exchange Commission has been ramping up its focus on financial firms’ ESG claims, its scrutiny of corporates will likely have a greater impact on sustainable investment. In May, BNY Mellon became the first asset manager to settle with the US Securities and Exchange Commission over ...

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