Think ESG: a closer look at what the proposed SEC ESG disclosure rules mean to public companies, boards and investors

In this webcast, we will dive into how the proposed SEC ESG disclosures are impacting these key stakeholders and shaping the ESG reporting landscape.

On March 21, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued its proposal for climate change disclosures in regulatory filings.

For preparers, the proposal brings readiness of processes and controls needed to address these requirements to the forefront. For boards and audit committees, the proposal supports increasing their oversight of the reporting of climate-related risks, targets and goals. For investors, the proposal intends to offer reliable and comparable environmental, social and governance (ESG) data for their investment strategies.

In this webcast, EY professionals will dive into how the SEC proposal is impacting these key stakeholders and shaping the ESG reporting landscape.

Topics discussed include:

  • The evolving role of the finance function in ESG reporting
  • The investor perspective on ESG information
  • How voluntary ESG reporting compares to the SEC proposal and the changes that can be expected
  • ESG oversight from the audit committee and board of directors 

Our speakers include:

  • John King, Partner, EY Americas Vice Chair, Assurance Services, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Doreen Levine, Partner, FAAS, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Elodie Timmermans, Senior Manager, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Ernst & Young LLP


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