Which of these regulatory developments are you following closely this year?

Reclassifying gig workers83%

Cyber attack disclosure33%

Slowing or stopping M&A activity16%

Accounting for crypto assets0%

Something else0%


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CFO in Finance (non-banking), 51 - 200 employees
ESG has been interesting for the last few years as you have investor activists calling for more of it. The SEC has a proposed rule called the enhancement and standardization of climate-related disclosures for investors. It's just a bigger reporting requirement and these activist investors are trying to drive ESG reports in regulation for the companies they invested in. Half of the investors out there oppose the use of ESG factors when they're selecting retirement fund investments.

Also, looking at compliance and what companies are doing to address them, as well as how much is the investing public interested in it and how that's going to drive business behavior.

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Require too much disclosure100%

Don't require enough disclosure0%

Are well balanced for now0%