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Commenting on SASB’s Standards?
Internal Audit Should do this Instead
December 14, 2017
The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (www.sasb.org) was founded in 2011, dedicated to improving comparable, meaningful, investor-quality disclosures of material environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in public filings made by publicly-traded companies. This is typically in the Management Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) section of the Form 10-K. SASB sticks with the definition of “materiality” as is applied by law for investors, and requires no new law or regulation for adoption. Click Here to read more.
Felicity Huffman and Environmental Fraud: The Connection & Tips for Auditors
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Supply Chain Compliance and Governance Best Practices
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Environmental Risk or Fraud?
A Transaction Gone Bad