ESG Today: The disclosure diaries
In the past few years some firms have tantalised us with 'warts and all' reports covering their non-financials, but it's been piecemeal. Are we about to enter an era of full corporate disclosure, as investors and consumers seek brands they can trust?A look at recent developments suggests the wind is in the sails of environmental social governance (ESG). The 'Race Action' announced by Lloyds Banking Group was one of the most high profile, but ever
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