As Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues move into mainstream investing, the board of directors, c-suite executives, controllers, investor relations officers and others as appropriate should seriously consider embracing measuring ESG performance as an important operating set of material factors used to better manage risk, corporate strategy and long-term opportunities.
This is increasingly important as investors and diverse stakeholders – the company’s employees, customers, regulators and business partners – now consider a company’s ESG performance as a measurement of management quality and overall resilience to long-term risk as well as the ability to seize opportunities.
In this white paper, learn:
- Why it’s important to measure ESG data
- To utilize existing standards and frameworks for reporting material aspects of corporations risks and opportunities
- Define a checklist for identifying and creating decision-useful ESG disclosures