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ESG – cleaning dirty windows

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What ‘good’ sustainability data looks like has yet to be defined. Many groups are working on standards and mechanisms for the market to access it. JWG research has shown that without global interoperability of standards, dashboards will be forever less than clear. What is needed in this sector, and what are the opportunities for the Firms and suppliers to help?  

Regulatory Challenges
  • Mandatory scope 3 disclosures OECD paper here
  • Global interoperability and comparability of core ESG metrics OECD paper here
  • Transparency of scoping and weighting methodologies of ESG ratings providers OECD paper here
  • International co-operation between market regulators to strengthen practices OCED paper here
  • Supply chain transparency – European Commission’s Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence here
New RegTech/SupTech drivers
  • Can we automate environmental reporting? Icebreaker One here
  • Future of Sustainable Data taxonomy repositories to capture information per region/country to identify similarities and differences here
  • Bank of England transforming data collection from teh UK financial sector here
  • European Commission supervisory data strategy here
  • EBA 430C: feasibility report on the integrated reporting system here
  • RegCast: Digital supply chain transparency here
  • JWG 2012 Dirty Windows: regulating a clearer view – The €24 billion case for EU transparency