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The ESG reporting landscape is complex and changing at pace. New regulation frameworks, coupled with heightened stakeholder scrutiny, has created a magnified demand for transparency. Under more pressure than ever to demonstrate their commitment to our planet, organisations are turning to data and technology to enable meaningful change. Robust reporting not only ensures compliance, but cements an authentic approach to sustainability, creating value and building trust in society as we tackle today’s biggest challenge.
We’re enabling clients across the globe to understand and communicate their impact on the environment, community and people around them. Our reporting experience spans over 30 years, differentiated by our data-driven, agile approach, we’re committed to delivering value. We’re a long-term delivery partner focused on moving your ambition into action.
We combine our human talent with the power of data, to provide a deep level of insight. By connecting your data sources, you’ll unlock a constant readiness that reassures investors, enables decision making and heightens your response to change. Our proven methodology ensures you can quickly adapt and respond to future regulatory changes, but also drive continuous improvement across your organisation.
“We’re empowering our clients to confidently navigate the reporting landscape and deliver meaningful change they can prove. Our data-driven approach gives you the insight to make better decisions and manage risks. Leaders acting now will gain competitive advantage and be more fleet-of-foot with new opportunities, while showcasing their commitment to our people and planet.”
From EU regulations such as the CSRD, to the global standards of the ISSB, the reporting landscape is transitioning at speed. Robust disclosures create value - 75% of UK investors are now considering ESG risks and opportunities when screening investment opportunities. Reporting can elevate your response and showcase your understanding of the impact your organisation has on the environment. Above and beyond mandatory requirements, you can build trust and leverage increased access to capital.
The intention behind the Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) framework is to provide investors, banks, and other financial institutions with more detailed information about climate-related risks and opportunities.
The framework is designed to show how climate risks may impact financial performance and promote thorough risk assessment and informed decision making. Our team aligns closely to this framework, publishing best practice advice each year to ensure companies unlock value and understanding through their reporting strategy.
Applicable to all companies listed on EU-regulated markets, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) marks a significant step change in sustainability reporting, with more companies than ever falling within scope of the requirements.
The CSRD requires considered baselining and target setting, and therefore strategic direction is essential, as companies must report against targets. More than ever, a long-term approach to sustainability reporting is vital in creating transparency, whilst transforming operations to align with net zero ambitions.
The ISSB aims to deliver a global baseline of sustainability-related disclosure standards, focused on the needs of investors. The disclosures will provide them with information about companies’ sustainability-related risks and opportunities, to support informed decision making and build trust in the market.
Disclosure requirements include information about exposure to climate-related risks and how this could impact future cash flows, as well as the governance processes in place and climate-related scenario analysis.