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The Future of ESG Disclosures in the United States

An analysis of the impact of compliance and regulations of ESG disclosures in the United States

The Future of ESG Disclosures in the United States

An analysis of the impact of compliance and regulations of ESG disclosures in the United States

On the international stage, the United States is behind the curve in enacting regulation on ESG (environmental, social, governance) integration and disclosures. As regulatory requirements inevitably grow in the U.S., there are a number of implications and requirements that corporations will need to be prepared to comply with. In the last decade, there has been a global increase in companies voluntarily reporting their social and environmental performance, largely due to increased demand from investors and asset managers. In the United States, this trend is supported by the 86% of companies in the S&P 500 that have issued sustainability reports in 2018 compared to 20% in 2011.

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