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Republican SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce continues her rear-guard action against what she sees as regulatory overreach in ESG disclosures.
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The world is adapting to mitigate climate change, but the politicization of climate science, slow-moving bureaucracy and anachronistic policy are causing the US to lag behind.
As ESG issues rise up managers’ agendas, fund administrators are seizing the opportunity to deliver products and services that meet their needs.
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How private market participants are transitioning toward a more sustainable, inclusive status quo.
Private fund leaders are optimistic about a watershed moment in the history of private markets.
Good environmental, social and corporate governance is essential, but the operating models to support those practices remain immature.
IQ-EQ's Justin Partington on 'putting your margin where you mouth is.'
Congressional and SEC Republicans want to set limits on ESG rules, hoping to learn 'from the LIBOR debacle.'
Hester Peirce
SEC commissioner says the Division of Examinations’ recent alert 'raises questions of its own.'

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