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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
7Dec
2020
Biden Administration Could Push Companies for Clearer ESG Disclosures

As more call for detailed reports on environmental, social, and governance factors, the number of companies reporting sustainability efforts has increased over the years to meet the rising demand for socially conscious investing.... More updates >

Source: ETF Trends
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