Policy and Regulation

UK asset managers say ‘data gaps’ are making financial disclosures difficult

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Portfolio companies may not have been recording the data needed for their reports to meet the TCFD requirements (Photo: Valeria Mongelli/Bloomberg)

Companies in the UK are completing their first mandatory reports based on the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures recommendations – but many lack data about the assets they manage

UK companies with more than 500 employees and financial institutions with in excess of £5bn in assets under ...

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