The SEC is putting ESG issues on the front page — literally.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday launched a new webpage making it easy to find all agency actions on ESG issues and information about ESG investing.
"Our all-of-SEC approach looks at how climate and ESG intersect with our broader regulatory framework to get investors the information they need to plan for their financial future," Acting Chairwoman Allison Herren Lee said in a statement.
The SEC Response to Climate and ESG Risks and Opportunities page on sec.gov will be updated as the SEC furthers responds to investor demands, the statement said.
Recent SEC actions listed on the page include a request for public input on climate risk disclosure, a division of corporation finance review of climate-related disclosure in public filings, more focus on climate-related risk by the division of examinations, creation of a Climate and ESG Task Force in the division of enforcement, and an investor bulletin on ESG funds.