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News about SASB Standards

September 21, 2021

ING: Setting the Bar for Climate Risk Reporting

ING (NYSE: ING), the global bank headquartered in Amsterdam, was one of the first European companies to disclose using the SASB Standard for commercial banks. We connected with Sandra Schoonhoven, Head of Sustainability Programmes, to discuss ING’s approach to climate risk reporting on the heels of the bank’s first integrated climate report. ING Group is […]

August 19, 2021

Sanderson Farms: First SASB Standards Reporter in Meat, Poultry & Dairy

Sanderson Farms (NASDAQ: SAFM), a $4.3 billion market cap poultry producer headquartered in Mississippi, published its first SASB Standard report in September 2020. We caught up with Lee Southwell, Manager of External Financial Reporting, who has been at the company for over 14 years. What made Sanderson Farms decide to report to the SASB Standards? […]

July 28, 2021

True transparency requires in-depth reporting

Experiences using GRI and SASB Standards together How can organizations respond to their needs for improved information on sustainability risks, as well as growing external expectations for transparency? And how can more comprehensive reporting help them adapt to responsible business practices? These key questions are explored in the recently launched joint guide from GRI and […]

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Larry Fink
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We’re going to change the course of investment through better disclosure and better data. We want more companies to report through SASB and TCFD.
Beth Sasfai
SVP, Corporate Governance & Chief ESG Officer at Verizon
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Many of our largest investors strongly encouraged us to use the SASB framework as the preferred way to provide them with the most decision-useful Verizon ESG information.
Laurel Peacock
Director of Sustainability
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SASB helped us focus more specifically on investors as a key stakeholder audience for our sustainability disclosures.