UK FCA taps outsiders for ESG Advisory Committee

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The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is looking for people who are not employed by firms regulated by itself to join a new ESG Advisory Committee to its board, as the organisation moves further to execute ESG-related responsibilities such as 'having regard' to the UK government's net zero objectives. The new committee's role will be to advise the board on: How it executes oversight of ESG issues relevant to the FCA both as a regulator and our own operations, Relevant emerging ESG topics or issues, How the FCA should develop its ESG Strategy, in keeping with the organisatio...

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