Singapore sets deadline for enforced company disclosures on climate reporting

Mark Battersby
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All listed businesses in Singapore must provide climate reporting in a 'comply or explain' way from 1 January 2022. According to Singapore Exchange, climate reporting will be made mandatory for listed businesses in the financial, energy, agriculture, food and forest products sectors from 2023. Reporting will be made mandatory for businesses in the materials and buildings and transportation sectors from 2024. In a briefing note, Lisa Hui of Pinsent Masons MPillay, the Singapore joint law venture between MPillay and Pinsent Masons, said: "Lenders, insurers, regulars and investors are...

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