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Alexander W. Burdulia is a Registered Foreign Lawyer in the Corporate & Securities practice in Mayer Brown's Hong Kong office. He advises asset managers and other investors, corporations and financial institutions in a variety of corporate and commercial matters including private equity and venture capital investments and financings, investment fund matters and cross-border mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures.

Alex is a key contact point for the ESG Initiative within the Mayer Brown network and a founding member of the Firm’s ESG Steering Committee. He has advised impact investors in investment transactions and is experienced in ESG reporting, policies and governance structures. He was responsible for sustainable finance regulatory and advocacy matters while serving as the Head of APAC Public Policy on secondment at a leading international bank and is both a GRI Certified Sustainability Professional and SASB FSA Credential Holder. Alex is a frequent author on ESG-related topics and co-editor of Mayer Brown’s global ESG blog,

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In another step toward the integration of climate factors into the US corporate disclosure landscape, Acting Chair of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Allison Herren Lee, issued a request for public input on climate change disclosures on March 15, 2021.

The request seeks input relating to 15 climate-related disclosure topics, including:

  • specific disclosure