SEC disclosure requirements workshop

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SEC disclosure requirements workshop

Preparing for proposed SEC climate disclosure rules

Final Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) climate-related disclosure regulation is expected in the near future. Learn more about the proposed rule, assess the impacts they will have on your company, and plan your roadmap for implementing the rule through an SEC Climate Workshop.

How the proposed SEC Climate-related disclosure rules could impact your business

The SEC Climate disclosure requirements proposed in March 2022 are expected to be finalized in the near future. The new rule would enhance and standardize climate-related disclosure requirements provided by public companies, requiring them to make climate disclosures that are more transparent and provide investors with consistent, comparable, and decision-useful information.

The required disclosures in this proposed rule could mean significant change in climate disclosure procedures for many companies, making it necessary for them to consider their needs surrounding the identification of both physical and transition climate-related risk, GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions data, processes and controls, and technology. The proposed SEC Climate disclosure rule will require significant effort, attention, and senior management leadership to navigate the potential impacts on their business, there is a need for:

  • Understanding of GHG emissions data
  • Assessing climate risk across their business
  • Establishing governance procedures
  • Determining the new rule’s impact on financial statement footnotes

Prepare your business for the new proposed SEC Climate disclosure requirements.

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SEC climate readiness tailored to you

It’s important that companies that will be affected by the proposed SEC Climate disclosure requirements be prepared for the impacts that the rule will have on controllership and others in the organization. With interactive sessions individually tailored to a company’s needs, the SEC Climate Workshop will invite teams to collaborate on a plan that addresses the complex challenges that they can expect from proposed disclosure rule.

This workshop is designed to help companies effectively accomplish three goals:

  1. Learn what the new proposed SEC Climate disclosure rules mean for your organization.
  2. Assess your needs surrounding data, processes, controls, and technology.
  3. Plan for implementation of the proposed rule.

Whether your company needs assistance understanding the changes on the way, help assessing the effects that you might have on your climate disclosure procedures, or help defining an approach to implementation planning, Deloitte has the knowledge, experience, and tools to help you navigate the proposed rule.

Start planning with a SEC Climate Workshop today.

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