ACSI ready to name and shame Half of listed companies provide no ESG disclosure


Disclosure may be coming to a company near you soon!

By Tony Featherstone: The Investor Daily

More than half of Australia’s largest listed companies do not provide meaningful sustainability disclosure around environmental, social and governance risks.

The sustainability reporting debate has gone up several notches, with the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) warning it might publicly name listed companies that ignore calls from the investment community for better disclosure in this area.

ACSI, which represents about 40 industry funds with a total of more than $300 billion in funds under management, this month released its fifth annual analysis of sustainability reporting practices and disclosure of companies in the S&P/ASX 200 Index. Read the full storey here


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