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Meet the SEC’s Final Climate-Related Disclosure Rules

Get to know the new SEC rule.

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Who the rule affects
When the rule becomes effective
Assurance requirements of the rule
Interoperability and alignment with other regulations and frameworks
Actions companies should take now to prepare

The SEC's climate-related disclosure rule was revealed on March 6th. Join Embark for a live discussion and first look at the SEC’s final rule, including how impacted companies should begin to prepare for these upcoming mandatory reporting requirements.

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Adam Olsen, CPA*

Prior to Embark, Adam was as an Assurance Director for PwC, serving both public and private clients domestically and abroad. He also held national leadership roles supporting internal audit quality, efficiency, and execution efforts.

He currently leads Embark’s financial accounting advisory services practice, having previously served as the firm’s National Quality Leader.  As co-host of Embark's accounting podcast, Accounting Matters, Adam leads the firm's thought leadership on accounting, reporting, and regulatory matters, including ESG & sustainability developments.


Robby Sundberg, CPA*

Robby began his career in Deloitte’s audit practice, then transitioned to industry where he served in accounting/finance roles at Verizon and Toyota Financial Services.

He currently spearheads Embark’s ESG reporting team and led the firm’s recent entry into the Nashville market. 

Allison Bradshaw

Allison Bradshaw

Allison spent over a decade in her professional journey at Deloitte, where she refined her expertise in audit and assurance services over a distinguished tenure.

Transitioning to Embark, Allison assumed the pivotal role of Managing Director for ESG & Sustainability Services. 


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Participants will earn 1 CPE credit.

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