Sustainability Reporting and Compliance

Transparency builds trust with stakeholders and balanced reporting is required to demonstrate authenticity.

Reporting

Transparency builds trust with stakeholders and balanced reporting is required to demonstrate authenticity.

Mazars is seen as one of the leading firms on non-financial reporting and will be able to assist you in enhancing the credibility of your reporting.

Our offering includes graphic design and layout as we have our own in-house digital media innovation hub for video and print media.

Compliance

Changes to the Companies Act 2006 and the Companies Miscellaneous Reporting Regulation 2018 (Section 172) makes it mandatory for companies meeting two of the below criteria, to report on non-financial matters. This includes stakeholder engagement, a key component of Sustainability Reporting.

-        Turnover >£36m

-        Employees >250

-        Balance Sheet Gross Assets >£18m

It is also mandatory for companies who use more than 40,000 kWh of energy in their operations to report their carbon emissions under the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting regulations.

How we can help

Mazars has IEMA accredited carbon footprint analysts to assist you to calculate your carbon footprint and identify opportunities to reduce and offset your impact.

Mazars has experts on hand to guide you through this complex new web of mandatory reporting requirements, to not only assist you to meet your obligations, but also embed sustainability as a core business value.

If you would like to speak with a member of our Sustainability Team about any of our services:

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Greenhouse Gas Reporting
Greenhouse Gas Reporting