TCFD: A valuable tool for IROs

S&P Global

According to this new report from S&P Global, backing for The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) reporting recommendations has significantly surpassed initial expectations, with the number of supporting companies exceeding 1,500 in 2020 – more than five times that in 2017.

This is expected to accelerate further, with major financial market participants including BlackRock and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board asking companies to report in line with TCFD, and countries including New Zealand and the UK adding their requests.

This report covers:

  • How can ESG affect your portfolios?
  • What do IR teams need to know about TCFD?
  • What are transition and physical climate risks?
  • And more.

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