Getting to the ESG starting line
Demand for action on ESG issues continues to soar, driven by regulators, customers and investors alike. As it gains a permanent foothold in organisations, they must ensure robust ESG strategies that align with new and forthcoming compliance requirements.
ESG will reshape the global economy
A majority of respondents believes that ESG reporting requirements will become the global norm by 2027 and more than a quarter of respondents think ESG expertise will be important for attracting clients over the next 12 months.
ESG reporting: How to navigate the evolving global regulatory landscape
In this webinar, four experts will discuss today’s evolving ESG reporting landscape, including emerging country-specific requirements. They’ll also address implementing policies, practices and platforms to effectively gather and analyse ESG data.
Robust ESG strategies
Organisations need fresh resources, information and guidance to manage the multitude of ESG voluntary frameworks and competing regulatory requirements. They’re looking to the corporate services industry to provide solutions and clarity amid change and uncertainty.
27 percent of survey respondents see ESG as important for attracting customers this year.
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