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Lorence Nye & Jack Marshall from QCA explain the ESG requirements for small to mid-sized quoted companies

09:55, 23rd June 2022
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 Lorence Nye (Head of Policy) & Jack Marshall (Senior Policy Adviser) from Quoted Companies Alliance (QCA) explains the impact that ESG requirements have on small to mid-sized quoted companies.


About the Quoted Companies Alliance
We are the Quoted Companies Alliance, the independent membership organisation that champions the interests of small to mid-sized quoted companies.

The value of our members to the UK economy is vast – as is their potential. There are around 1,250 small and mid-sized quoted companies in the UK, representing 93% of all quoted companies. They employ approximately 3 million people, representing 11% of private sector employment in the UK, and contribute over £26bn in annual taxes (source).

Our goal is to create an environment where that potential is fulfilled.
We identify the issues that matter to our members. We keep them informed. And we interact to build the understanding and connections that help our members stay ahead.

The influence we have, the influence we use, and the influence we grow, ensures that our members always benefit from the impact of our initiatives.


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