Economic analysis could play a bigger role in SEC enforcement



By Mark Kaplan (Jan. 4, 2022, 6:28 p.m. EST) – In October 2021, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler testified in Congress that he asked SEC to develop proposals for climate risk disclosure rules.[1]

And no later than December 2021, Gensler[2] and SEC Acting Chief Accountant Paul Munter[3] points out the desire of investors to disclose climate risks, as well as the existence of projects in progress concerning the rules for disclosing climate risks.

These remarks follow the announcement by the SEC in March 2021 of the creation of the climate and ESG working group within the application division.[4] In the announcement, the SEC noted that the original goal of this climate and …

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