California’s Corporate Climate Data Accountability Act
December 14 @ 11:00 am
About the Event
Join MBA and industry experts for a look at how this bill, along with related legislation signed by the Governor, requires companies operating in California to provide data on the climate impact of their operations or face penalties. Both efforts create a complex reporting and accounting regime for companies to navigate, and MBA members doing business in California will need to understand these new requirements.
While MBA and our industry partners will oppose similar policy proposals in other states and will work with the California MBA and other stakeholders to engage in the rulemaking process and provide member guidance, it is important for you to hear what is in the bill, questions that still need to be answered, and what might be next.
Thursday, December 14 (2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET)
- What does the law say and how did we get here?
- High-level questions that still need to be answered
- What’s next and how the law will be implemented
- Brief overview of the SEC’s Proposed Rule and industry concerns
- What if the SEC implements a similar law?
- Entry Level
- Executives of companies that do business in California
- Chief Compliance Officers and Compliance Staff
- In-house and Outside Counsel
- Financial Analysts and Accounting Staff
- William Kooper, Vice President of State Government Affairs & Industry Relations, Mortgage Bankers Association
- Susan Milazzo, Chief Executive Officer, California Mortgage Bankers Association
- Stephanie Milner, Associate Vice President, Multifamily, Mortgage Bankers Association
- Sanford Shatz, Of Counsel, McGlinchey Stafford
- Raymond Snytsheuvel, Partner, Garris Horn