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Task Force member – Other Expert

Imre Guba

Director – Corporate Reporting specialist
S&P Global Ratings

Imre Guba currently holds the position of Corporate Reporting Specialist for S&P Global Ratings, based in Madrid. Imre acts as an expert on incorporation of financial and non-financial reporting and corporate governance matters into credit ratings. His focus is the European infrastructure, commodities, automotive and transportation sectors. He also contributes to S&P Global Ratings’ effort to incorporate Environmental, Social and Governance factors into the corporate credit ratings with focus on the interactions of financial and non-financial reporting in relation to climate-related credit risks and opportunities. He works closely with S&P Rating’s Sustainable Finance team advising on sustainability related corporate reporting matters and developments.

Imre participates in S&P’s outreach initiatives to investors, intermediaries, regulators and standard setters and publishes articles on corporate reporting and governance matters with credit analysis impact. He frequently represents S&P’s views to various publications in the UK Financial Reporting Lab, the UK Financial Reporting Council Investor Engagement, and the UK Corporate Reporting User Forum.

Imre is a Steering Group member of the European Corporate Reporting Lab @ EFRAG. The Lab’s main objective is to stimulate corporate reporting innovation in Europe with specific focus on reporting of sustainability matters.

He is a contributing member to Rethinking Capital, a think-tank that researches the accounting and corporate reporting implications of transitioning from an industrial to an intangible economy. Rethinking Capital’s solutions apply normative principles to enable the institutions and practices that govern the economy to align more closely to changing societal expectations and norms.

Before joining S&P Global, he held a variety of positions at PwC where he gained professional experience in assurance and accounting consulting including best practice corporate reporting.

Imre has built his 20 year career in Hungary, the United Kingdom and Spain.

Imre’s academic background includes a masters degree in Economics and Accounting. He is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.