Global knowledge exchange and How-To Playbooks for Sustainability Reporting
Mandatory recurring financial and non-financial sustainability reporting for companies around the world is imminent
This is new territory for most corporate C-suites and boards.
On the front-line for this task will be companies’ reporting officers.
Many aren’t prepared
> They don’t know how to compile the reports
> They don’t know what information to include
The ESG Exchange has deep global expertise on both the process and the content
Professor Mervyn King
Chair Emeritus of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), founding Chair of the International Integrated Reporting Council
More than education – immersive learning
a practical implementation programme by the experts
Our state-of-the-art ‘how-to’ guide for sustainability reporting has been built by our global network of leading sustainability standard-setter experts, regulators, professional associations, practitioners, experienced corporates and educators. We assist corporate leaders globally in the field of sustainability across diverse professions, industry sectors and geographies.
ESG Exchange’s collaborative approach, working hand-in-hand with company officials, facilitates their sustainability reporting journey. Making it straightforward, less burdensome, reducing the time needed to implement the process. The ESG Exchange ‘how-to’ playbook guides directors, executives, operational personnel, finance, assurance, data, IT and relations professionals through to embed the capabilities and competencies needed.
What’s the state of play?
“a wake-up call for every ESG practitioner”
Desiree Fixler, DWS whistleblower
Don’t reinvent the wheel
Built by the world’s leading standard setters, regulators, assurance providers, professional bodies, educators and experienced corporates
Collaborating | Expediting | Removing the guess work
for clear and concise sustainability reporting ‘how-to’
Abilities to source, manage, process, analyse, assess and publish
Understanding of terminology, language, scenarios, transition, resilience, integrated thinking, longer term viability
Implementation via purpose, strategy, plans, resources, objectives, oversight, continual improvement
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