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Comprehensive consideration of systemic sustainability risks will require strengthened corporate disclosure requirements, clarifications of investor fiduciary duties, and better frameworks for effective stewardship. See further details below of PRI’s work supporting stronger sustainable finance policy in Australia.
Five policy and regulatory reforms could help investors pursue environmental and social goals, and two further measures should also be considered.
As a step towards implementing Fiduciary duty in the 21st century’s recommendations, the Australia roadmap makes recommendations in four categories: regulatory action, stewardship and intermediation, corporate reporting and investor education.
Hosted by the PRI, the webinar will present the key findings from the Australian annex of the report “A Legal Framework for Impact”, which was authored by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and commissioned by The Generation Foundation, PRI, and UNEP FI.
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It is crucial that assessing and accounting for sustainability impact becomes a core part of investment activity. That’s why PRI, UNEP FI and The Generation Foundation are leading our work programme “A Legal Framework for Impact.”