Chancellor makes climate-related financial disclosures mandatory
Large UK companies in the private sector will all be forced to disclose their financial exposure to climate change by 2025 under new regulations unveiled by chancellor Rishi Sunak yesterday.The rules will make the UK the first G20 country to require mandatory reporting aligned with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), going beyond the 'comply or explain' approa
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