The SEC’s climate-disclosure proposal also may affect U.S.-listed GPs’ portfolios. In reality, the rule may represent the camel’s nose under the tent as the SEC indirectly brings climate transparency to some private companies.
SEC overview intro copy
MSCI ESG Research is closely following the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed requirements for U.S.-listed companies to disclose certain climate-related risks, beginning in 2024. The proposed rules mark a decisive step forward on climate change disclosure, proposing comparable and consistent information to measure climate-related risks.
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SEC overview intro part 2
MSCI brought together leaders from finance, business and government who are shaping the transition to a net-zero economy and a new era of sustainable growth. Watch on-demand to hear the top takeaways from the discussions, which centered on how to turn promises to reduce emissions into concrete plans.
In this webinar we share MSCI ESG Research’s view of the proposed requirements and discuss what investors may expect of companies seeking to meet the proposed disclosure rules, what this could mean for climate metrics and how investors may intend to use data proposed to be reported in the future.