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24Jan
2021
Companies must prepare to share much more non-financial data

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Source: Financial Times
5Jan
2021
Expectations Under the Biden Administration: The ESG and Diversity/Inclusion Outlook for Reporting Companies and Asset Managers

According to a survey conducted by the Governance & Accountability Institute, Inc., 90% of companies in the S&P 500 Index issued sustainability reports. This represented a 20% increase from 2011. See Companies Could Face Pressure... More updates >

Source: Dechert LLP
1Jan
2021
Financial & Sustainable Reporting Coverage

By 2020, sustainability reporting (or integrated reporting, considering some level of convergence) had indeed become mainstream, as evidenced by the annual research by the Governance & Accountability (G&A) Institute, Inc. For... More updates >

Source: Strategic Finance
11Dec
2020
Poor Data Hamper ESG Growth

There has been an explosion of environmental, social and governance data over the last decade. The Governance & Accountability Institute found that 90 percent of the S&P reported ESG metrics in 2019 vs. 20 percent in 2011.

Source: O'Dwyers PR
10Dec
2020
Beyond Bunny Hugging: ESG, Investor Expectations and Reporting Trends

According to the Governance & Accountability Institute, 90% of the companies in the S&P 500 Index published sustainability reports in 2019. Further, 65% of the Russell 1000 Index companies published sustainability reports in... More updates >

Source: Foley & Lardner LLP
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