Understanding the requirements in Bursa Malaysia's enhanced sustainability reporting framework
In 2015, Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad’s ("Bursa") launched a sustainability reporting framework for listed corporations ("Sustainability Framework") as part of its effort to advance sustainability in the capital market. Listed corporations then began to embark on their sustainability journey, with the flexibility to conceptualise and manage their sustainability matters as they deem fit. This approach took account the nascent stage of sustainability then and the fact that listed corporations typically have limited resources to undertake extensive sustainability initiatives.
However, listed corporations now operate in a very different business environment as the sustainability ecosystem has undergone tremendous growth and development since then, largely driven by ever increasing demands of various stakeholders for better sustainability practices as well as a more meaningful and comparable sustainability disclosures by listed corporations.
Now, Bursa has revised the Sustainability Framework to strengthen disclosures in listed corporations’ sustainability statements through the Enhanced Sustainability Disclosures, with the aim to ensure the Sustainability Framework’s continued relevance and to propel listed issuers to adopt international best practices.
We are pleased to bring you the ‘KPMG Board Leadership Center Exclusive – Understanding the requirements in Bursa Malaysia's enhanced sustainability reporting framework' webinar, where our distinguished speaker share their insights on the amendments to Bursa's listing requirement in relation to the enhancement of Sustainability Framework.
• Bursa’s enhanced sustainability reporting requirements
• Disclosures aligned with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) requirements
Who should attend:
• Board of Directors
• C-suite Executives
• Business Leaders
• Phang Oy Cheng, ESG Transformation Lead, KPMG in Malaysia
• Koh Ree Nie, ESG Assurance lead , KPMG in Malaysia
• Brief presentation followed by Q&A and online panel discussion
2 November 2022 (Wednesday)
9.00a.m. – 10.00a.m.
This webinar is complimentary, with limited slots available.
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