TCFD's focus on essentials could cut back reporting work

Searching for companies creating climate change mitigation solutions is an opportunity for investors. The existence of several analytical tools informing investors of slightly different aspects remains the main challenge in assessing ESG in companies.

Tiina Landau sustainabilityspecialist at Neste | Photo: Alma Talent / Meeri Utti

The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) will be particularly useful for investors, says Mika Leskinen, CIO at FIM. "I have high expectations for the TCFD, which aims to provide investors with comparable data on the impact of climate change in different companies," Leskinen says.

"It won't necessarily require companies to report more, but it may even reduce their work as it focuses only on the essentials," he adds.

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