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The final SEC climate-related disclosure rules

In this webcast, join EY leaders to learn more about what the final SEC climate-related disclosures rule means for companies, investors, boards and the broader sustainability ecosystem.

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) final climate-related disclosures rule issued on March 6, 2024 puts in motion requirements for companies to include climate-related disclosures in their SEC regulatory filings.

A panel of EY leaders will discuss what the rule means for companies, investors, boards and the broader sustainability ecosystem. Attendees will take away actionable insights to help them navigate this new SEC rule.

Our panelists will answer key questions, including:

  • What’s in the rule (vs. proposal) and what does it mean for companies’ strategy?
  • How will the new rule impact corporate reporting and related assurance?
  • What are the implications of the new rule on the finance function and internal control procedures?
  • How does this rule intersect with other regulatory developments globally?
  • How can boards and executives start preparing their organizations for the final rule?


  • Jeanna Doherty, EY Americas Assurance ESG Enablement Leader, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Velislava Ivanova, EY Americas Chief Sustainability Officer; EY Americas Climate Change and Sustainability Services Leader, Ernst & Young LLP 
  • Mark Kronforst, EY Americas Professional Practice Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Brooke Steinhiser, EY Audit Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Eloise Wagner, EY Americas Technical Accounting Advisory Group Leader and Enhanced Corporate Reporting and Accounting Leader, Ernst & Young LLP




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