FINRA’s Eileen Murray says government needs to regulate ESG for there to be a real transformation


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While much of the world has been focused on environmental, social, and governance issues over the past few years, more recently, cracks are starting to show in the way companies are working to solve ESG challenges. 

Eileen Murray is the chairperson at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the former co-CEO of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates. She sat down with us to talk about how to increase accountability in ESG reporting and the need for government regulation in the space. 

(The content below has been edited for length & clarity.)

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