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Bill Myers

Bill Myers has been a journalist for more than two decades in Chicago, Cambodia and Washington, DC. He started his career at the late, great City News Bureau of Chicago (motto: "If your mother says she loves you—check it out.")
Private funds' thinking has evolved from "risk management" to "value creation," PwC's Eric Janson says on RCW webinar
'Whenever you see the SEC taking action across rulemaking, exams and enforcement... it should be seen as a clear signal that this is a big focus for them, and you need to get your house in order.'
Republicans accuse SEC Chairman Gary Gensler of putting climate change and social justice ahead of protecting investors.
'Greenwashing' is a target-rich environment.
'It’s harder if you’re in a state where you’re not supposed to consider ESG risks,' expert says.
Green ball and chain
Firms may be hostage to old marketing pledges.
A method for curbing systemic economic risks has itself become a threat to funds’ sustainability.
Second-ever risk alert rings alarms over accurate disclosures, advertising, books-and-records, due diligence and hedge clauses.
Document requests suggests the US SEC sees climate, ethical risks essential to fiduciary duty.
Republican US SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce continues her rear-guard action against what she sees as regulatory overreach in ESG disclosures.

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