For close to a decade, business headlines have foretold the coming of a new regulatory behemoth under the non-threatening heading of ESG. Standing simply for environment, social, and governance, the acronym refers to new non-financial rules that many businesses will be required to follow. It is likely to be the biggest update to commercial regulation… Read More

As regulators in the European Union and North America take steps toward stronger ESG disclosure frameworks, Asian trade partner countries have launched new initiatives to prepare for the forthcoming rules. In August, the Philippines took a leap forward in this regional trend when its Securities and Exchange Commission chief Kelvin Lester K. Lee made the… Read More

In late 2020, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) sat down with leaders of Instituto Brasileiro de Governança Corporativa (IBGC), Brazil’s premier corporate governance organization, to discuss its work and connection to CIPE’s anti-corruption efforts in Latin America. In this interview, IBGC’s Advocacy Manager, Danilo Gregório, and Advocacy Analyst, Laís Piasentini Oliva, share the… Read More