Norway's oil fund calls for more disclosure from Chinese companies

In a letter to the Chinese stockmarket regulator, NBIM writes it would also like to see Chinese listed firms publishing complete English versions of all reports and disclosures to provide equal access to information.

NBIM Chief Governance and Compliance Officer Carine Smith Ihenacho. | Photo: PR / NBIM

Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) has told China's stockmarket regulator that proposals for new rules on listed companies' public reporting – while welcome – should go further, particularly regarding ESG disclosures.

According to, in its response to the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC)'s consultation on draft revisions to the standards of corporate disclosure in annual reports and semi-annual reports, NBIM says:

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