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TNFD Publishes Draft Framework for Risk Management, Disclosure

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The first beta version of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures’ (TNFD) framework for risk management and reporting has been unveiled for consultation. The taskforce, an alliance that counts executives from Bank of America, BlackRock and Néstlé among its members, is dedicated to guiding corporates and financial institutions on making better decisions on activities that have an impact on the natural world. Over the next 18 months stakeholders and market participants will refine and develop the proposed framework.

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