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Shreya Verma Mair, CPA, discusses the need for companies to get up to speed on their environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting and the role the CPA can play in this evolution.
On this episode, Shreya Verma Mair, CPA, senior associate at ESG Global Advisors discusses the launch of the new International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) sustainability disclosure standards and their impact on sustainability reporting. While for many, this is seen as a major and unsettling shift in the way we manage reporting standards that may cause panic, Verma Mair says this is an opportunity for CPAs – if they’re prepared.
Verma Mair believes that it is imperative for CPAs to get up to speed with ESG insights and scenario modelling to understand how climate risks can impact company value. As companies are required to merge sustainability reporting with their financial disclosures, it will be up to CPAs to lead that charge and work with other professions like actuaries and engineers to better quantify climate-related risks.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of CPA Canada
Season 4 answers the question, “what keeps you up at night?” from a CPA’s perspective, and explores what it means to be resilient in uncertain times.
Season 3 looks to answer questions like whether sustainability is an added burden or new opportunity, who should be responsible for it and whether the CPA can wait before incorporating sustainability into their practice.
In Season 2, topics include how CPAs can lead the drive to digital transformation, the role the CPA can play in fighting corruption and money laundering, and the roadmap to the modern CFO office.
November 6, 2023
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November 13, 2023
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November 22, 2023
On November 21, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance released the federal government’s 2023 Fall Economic Statement (FES), which contained some new tax announcements along with an update on previously announced tax measures.