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Supply Chain Risks: SECäó»s Plans to Determine If Additional Action Is Needed on Climate-Related Disclosure Have Evolved
J. Alfredo Gomez (au)
Disruptions to global supply chains, such as those caused by natural disasters, can hurt economic growth and productivity around the world and may pose risks to private-sector companies. Under federal securities laws, certain companies are required to disclose specified information in annual filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). SEC issued guidance in 2010 to assist companies in satisfying these disclosure requirements. This report examines (1) the types of climate-related supply chain risks companies are disclosing in their SEC filings and other channels through which companies may disclose climate-related supply chain risks; (2) how SEC considers climate-related supply chain risks when monitoring and enforcing compliance with disclosure requirements; and (3) what actions, if any, SEC has taken to identify climate-related supply chain risk information that investors may need. Table. This is a print on demand report.
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