Financial Stability

ESAP could be a boon for the EU’s green agenda, but faces challenges

By Victor Smart
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Due to be established shortly under an EU regulation, the European single access point (ESAP) corporate reporting database will be phased in over two years from 2024. For the first time public filings from thousands of European corporates will be held in a common, easily searchable and machine-readable format. Companies will have ...

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