Big Four accounting firms reveal ESG reporting standards

Sophie King
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The move aims to push the large global companies which are part of the IBS to adopt these ESG standards for their 2021 accounts.
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The move aims to push the large global companies which are part of the IBS to adopt these ESG standards for their 2021 accounts.

Leaders of the Big Four accounting firms have joined forces to unveil a reporting framework for ESG standards.

In an article in the Financial Times published yesterday (22 September), the Big Four - PwC, KPMG, EY and Deloitte - have all backed the framework, which has been headed up by the International Business...

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