ESG reporting

Today, companies are expected to report on their non-financial (ESG) performance. Investors and regulators are increasingly assessing companies based on their ESG performance. Business is investing in ESG as a way to identify risks, impacts and responses that sustain growth.  Non-financial performance now has a financial consequence.

Transparency, through ESG reporting, is the new norm. However, it has yet to reach maturity like financial reporting. There remains a huge field of frameworks and guidelines (GRI, SASB, TCFD, CDP, SDG to name just some) and the expectations for reporting are inconsistent. It can be hard to know whether you’re on the right track.

Our Global ESG Monitor

We have worked with international partners to develop the Global ESG Monitor (GEM), which assesses and scores the ESG transparency of companies around the globe. The GEM examined 140 companies from some of the world’s largest stock market indices, to develop global rankings for reporting.

What We Do

Strategy, storytelling and stakeholders

Sustainability strategy

Identify and manage material risks, plan to grow sustainably.

ESG reporting

Share your progress on managing material risks and your impact.

ESG report scoring and ranking

Find out how your ESG reports perform compared to your peers, how to improve.

Reputational management

Manage reputation risk and create value through integrity.

Stakeholder consultation

Improve outcomes and trust with those who have a stake in your business.