Fireside Chat With SEC Chair Gensler: Three Key Disclosure Areas (Part One of Two)

At a recent “fireside chat” presented by the NYU School of Law Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement and the Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance, current NYU law professor and former SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson, Jr. spoke to SEC Chair Gary Gensler about a wide range of matters on the Commission’s agenda. This first article in a two-part series covers their discussion of disclosure rules on climate change risk, human capital, cybersecurity and political contributions. The second article will review their conversation about beneficial ownership reporting; shareholder voting and proxy firms; individual accountability; payment for order flow; Regulation Best Interest; short selling; and other market structure issues. See “SEC Compliance and Enforcement Expectations for Private Funds Under Chair Gensler” (Oct. 7, 2021); and “SEC Regional Heads Discuss SEC Structure and Priorities” (Sep. 23, 2021).

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