ESG metrics and reporting are fast becoming business imperatives. We serve as a guide as clients approach ESG issues — not simply to tick a regulatory box, but to create sustainable advantage and value.
Stakeholders are increasingly factoring environment, social and governance (ESG) reporting into their assessments of business performance. They have broad expectations. More than 60% of consumers told us their ESG focus areas are: data security and privacy, climate change, product safety and quality, worker health & safety; and racial and gender diversity and inclusion. They want businesses to step up investments in all these areas.
Evolving rules and standards are also pushing to fast track ESG.