Sustainability and ESG must be at the heart of every organisation's business model
ESG matters have become a 21st-century issue that all businesses will need to address. The topic is broad and is likely to impact all aspects of business in the coming years from meeting legal obligations and controlling costs to attracting and retaining, clients, staff, and capital.
Sustainability-related issues offer your organisation opportunities, that over time will, improve corporate resilience, create economic value and contribute to a healthy ecosystem and strong community.
We also understand the challenges that can prevent Boards, Key Stakeholders and Trustees from taking the necessary actions to systematically implement the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) actions required to integrate sustainability into the core of your organisation.
We are committed to working with organisations intent on embarking on and evolving, their sustainability journeys; not only because it makes good business sense, but also because we believe in collectively striving to create a more just and equitable society.
If you would like to discuss any of the above sustainability services, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Mature markets are experiencing a shift in consumer demand patterns as consumers move away from traditional products and services towards those consistent with environmental, social, and governance goals. Our study ‘Sustainable, smart, and synchronised’ explains how consumer companies can harness ESG and digital transformation to thrive in this changing environment.
This year’s C-suite Barometer report shows that two-thirds of organisations have budgeted costs for environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting to help address the lack of expertise needed to tackle growing regulatory requirements. However, building up the required ESG key competencies and allocating internal and external resources takes time, meaning complacency is not an option.
On January 5, 2023, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) entered into force after several months of political negotiations, achieving a significant step forward in regulating sustainability reporting within the European Union (EU).
How are boards and senior management tackling the myriad of elements involved in ESG? Mazars, in partnership with Board Agenda and Henley Business School, surveyed UK business leaders about how they are approaching the challenges of new ESG regulations, responsibilities and risks. Is ESG a board priority? How is that translating into action? What are the pressure points and challenges? Explore...
Climate change is no longer a minority belief, it is a global priority for every one of us. Increasing concerns for the state of the planet and life as we know it has led to a fundamental shift in behaviors in both individuals and organisations, with sustainability now front and centre of the international agenda.
With societal expectations increasingly permeating corporate governance, companies need to evolve their business models to embrace lasting value creation that benefits not only the shareholders, but also internal and external stakeholders as well as wider society.
The FAST-infra SI label is the first global label designed to enable developers and operators to show the positive impact of an infrastructure asset, and attract investors seeking assets that positively contribute to sustainable outcomes.
Mazars and the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) are proud to have come together to produce a global report providing unique insight on current and upcoming financial regulatory evolutions aimed at tackling climate change.
With Environmental, Social and Governance factors, and responsible banking practices more broadly becoming an essential focus for the banking industry, Mazars has assessed how banks are embedding sustainability into their commercial practices.
With sustainable finance expecting to be a crucial factor in the economic recovery in response to Covid-19 and regulators still encouraging banks to actively embed climate-related risks in their business operations and risk management frameworks, Mazars has analysed how 30 of the largest banks worldwide have been handling climate-related financial risks.