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Monday, November 30, 2020

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 2020 report https://assets.bbhub.io/company/sites/60/2020/09/2020-TCFD_Status-Report.pdf

The Task Force consists of 31 members from across the G20, representing both preparers and users of financial disclosures. The TCFD is chaired by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg L.P.

Task Force members provide an introduction to the TCFD.

nov 30 zoom meet bloomberg

10:05 AM - The TCFD Tipping Point 

In the three years since the release of the TCFD recommendations, over 1,600 organizations have declared support for them, including over 1,615 companies with a market capitalization of $14.4 trillion and financial institutions responsible for assets of $153.4 trillion. Ten national governments have also endorsed the TCFD, with the UK becoming the first G20 country to make climate-related disclosure aligned with the TCFD mandatory. 

In this panel, Task Force members will discuss the significant momentum around the TCFD and the recently released 2020 Status Report, including the global regulatory shift toward compulsory climate-related financial disclosure, and what companies need to know to begin their disclosure journeys.

  • Zoë Knight, Managing Director and Group Head, HSBC Centre of Sustainable Finance
  • Mark Lewis, Global Head of Sustainability Research, BNP Paribas Asset Management
  • Didem Nisanci, Global Head of Public Policy, Bloomberg 
  • Moderator: Nat Bullard, Chief Content Officer, Bloomberg NEF
transcript https://thisten.co/s28me/BLccTCLHklS8NGUS2KUw42gvL1Y4WXUzJV1QRUac

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