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Sustainability isn’t New, it’s the New Face of Risk

Sustainability isn’t New, it’s the New Face of Risk
April 2, 2019

Since I joined the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Foundation in February as chief executive officer, I’ve become happily swept up in a whirlwind of activity—new faces, fresh challenges, and no shortage of good questions in search of better answers. It’s been invigorating and I’m thrilled to be here. It has also reminded me how […]

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How to Get Ahead in ESG

How to Get Ahead in ESG
September 19, 2017

Investors, money managers and companies are asking more questions and demanding more answers about environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in the investment process. Investors are increasingly evaluating companies based on ESG information and companies need people with the expertise to respond to such inquiries. Meanwhile, asset managers are increasingly being asked by their clients […]

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Modernizing Markets Is a Collective – Not an Individual – Undertaking

Modernizing Markets Is a Collective – Not an Individual – Undertaking
September 8, 2017

This post first appeared on The Huffington Post: When it comes to influence, how much you have is less important than how you use it. That’s what occurred to me this week, when I was informed I had been named one of Accounting Today’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting. Naturally, I am grateful […]

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SASB Standards to Inform Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

SASB Standards to Inform Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
August 8, 2017

On the heels of a new white paper, Want to Get Serious About Sustainability? Use SASB’s Standards to Inform ERM, author Gregg Anderson, Managing Director at Crowe Horwath, took time to answer some key questions about his paper and how ERM relates to SASB. Why do you think more and more companies are making the […]

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