Betty Moy Huber quoted in WSJ on SEC’s increased focus on climate change

Davis Polk Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance Group co-head Betty Moy Huber was quoted in the Wall Street Journal on the potential effects of the SEC’s increased focus on climate change on the asset management industry. “It does raise questions about how the SEC will approach proxy voting by mutual funds and other investment advisers,” Huber noted. “The SEC recognizes the asset-management industry can wield enormous influence here, so [these exams] are a gigantic tool in their arsenal.”

Climate Change Emerges as a Compliance Focus for SEC,” Wall Street Journal (March 3, 2021) (subscription required)

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