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SEC extends the comment period for its proposed climate-related disclosures

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The SEC extended the comment period on its proposed rules for climate-related disclosures until June 17, 2022. There’s a lot to digest so read a summary of the rules at this link

https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2022-46

And share your public comments at this address: https://www.sec.gov/regulatory-actions/how-to-submit-comments

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