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The new U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission proposed rule on the Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures stretches 510 pages. It boils down to three important conclusions:
The new rule is broadly aligned with influential recommendations from the Financial Stability Board Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and associated regulation (e.g., as described in the UK Net Zero Strategy).
There are many thoughtful takes on the implications of this milestone rule. The question here is what will it mean for property and infrastructure companies? Here are three impacts to watch:
Right now, SEC rules are just a proposal – albeit an impressively well-documented and internationally aligned proposal. It is reasonable to expect the details to evolve. Here are five things property and infrastructure professionals can do today to keep up with rising expectations:
These are specific, actionable steps that any property or infrastructure company can take to meet the moment. This will give investors the information they need to understand risks, differentiate companies, and set expectations for risk-adjusted returns – the foundation for efficient markets.