ESMA chair calls for flexible international sustainability reporting standards

'Complementary' global and EU disclosure rules mooted

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ESMA chair Steven Maijoor
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ESMA chair Steven Maijoor

An international framework for sustainability reporting built on "the most advanced standards" possible are required to fuel "the green transition" in the coming years, according to ESMA chair Steven Maijoor, who called for a flexible but "robust" approach from international rule makers.

Speaking on a webinar hosted by the French Ministry for the Economy, Finance and Recovery on Tuesday (8 December), the pan-European securities and markets regulator's chair outlines what he sees as the...

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