Organizational Capital Partners is a signatory to the CDSB statement on climate change disclosure and fiduciary duty
Organizational Capital Partners supports and is a signatory to the CDSB statement on climate change disclosure and fiduciary duty - a global collective commitment by companies, investors and others to strengthen and align climate-related corporate reporting in mainstream financial reports. Please find attached the list of signatories to the statement that will be released this week and promoted to secure further commitment, as well as the press release being distributed to global media. Please circulate these to your relevant departments and external contacts.
The statement will be mentioned at a number of events throughout Climate Week in New York this week, including opening day speeches of climate week, within the UN program of activities on Tuesday 23rd September 2014, several events hosted by the New York Stock Exchange and more.
The Climate Week announcements in New York mark just the start of a sustained program of activity running in parallel to the official climate change negotiations up to COP 21 in Paris 2015. It remains our intention to publish the statement in the mainstream financial press at an opportune time, possibly during the IMF/World Bank annual meetings next month allowing CDSB to showcase this remarkable multi-stakeholder commitment on climate change disclosure in mainstream corporate filings and a necessary instrument to accelerate changes in economic and financial market activity.
The CDSB Secretariat will be tweeting throughout climate week - follow us @CDSBGlobal and join the conversation using the hashtag #fiduciary.
OCP contributed to NSFM submission on Competitiveness and Incentive for Sustainable Growth for Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Successful Engagement with Japan’s METI – ITO Review Acknowledged SFM’s Proposals in All of Its Recommended Directions
OCP Partners Mark van Clieaf and Karel Leeflang contributed to the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets submission. The recommended directions (see this overview of the interim report, p16-21) consist of six issues:
- Companies and shareholders cooperative value creation as the foundation of sustainable growth
- Corporate value management based on capital efficiency and not on short-termism
- Capital market reform to transform under-used financial assets into national wealth
- Promoting true dialogue between companies and investors through cooperation and tension
- Reviewing corporate disclosures to promote sustainable corporate value
- Capital efficiency and corporative value creation as key to building and maintaining national wealth
Dodd-Frank Act - Pay Ratio Disclosure Mandate; Proposal for a Safe Harbor Disclosure Process
Organizational Capital Partners has supported the Network for Sustainable Finance in this important initiative as part of the drafting and editing team. Please contact Mark van Clieaf (+1 905 330 9607) or Karel Leeflang of our firm (+41 76 5122980) if you would like to further discuss this initiative and our thoughts.
Please click here for a copy of the submission to the Securities and Exchange Committee: Dodd-Frank Act Pay Ratio Disclosure Mandate; Proposal for a Safe Harbor Disclosure Process
For further details on the NSFM please go to: http://www.sustainablefinancialmarkets.net