Please find below our latest sustainability related insights.
Sustainability practices stocktake: how banks and insurers have progressed
Financial institutions have a leading role to play in shaping our sustainable future, and a strong need to reboot and shift to a more responsible finance model. As a core component of the economy, they bear the responsibility of upholding rigour and resilience in their risk management. With time running out to achieve a move towards nature-positive outcomes, what sustainability progress have banks and insurers made?
European Sustainability Reporting Standards Set 1: What companies should know to prepare
As a framework for sustainability reporting, the first set (“Set 1”) of European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) lay the foundations of the standardised common language for sustainability-related matters throughout Europe.
Sustainable, smart, and synchronised: using technology to accelerate the ESG transition in the consumer sector
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.
With sustainability rising to the top of the C-suite agenda for planned investment, our C-suite ESG insights reports explore the current sustainability trends, priorities and challenges for businesses.
Impact of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) on non-EU groups and their EU subsidiaries
The European Union’s (EU) Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) includes an extra-territoriality principle that widens the population of companies subject to sustainability reporting to those outside the EU. The objective is to maintain a level playing field for all economic players operating in the European market.
First set of draft ESRS: putting sustainability and financial information on an equal footing
As a framework for sustainability reporting, Set 1 of European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) lay the foundations of the standardised common language for sustainability-related matters throughout Europe.
Preparing for the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is now in force across the EU, with Member States given 18 months to adopt it into national law. The highly-anticipated directive requires companies operating in the EU to publicly disclose and report on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. This means businesses will need to be prepared for more complex commitments to improve and report on their sustainable impact.
How advanced are you on your sustainability journey?
As environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues rise in global importance and increasingly dominate the business narrative, the Mazars report ESG: Where are you on the journey? sets out choices and pathways for companies of all sizes and sectors as they look to embark on the transition to a more sustainable business model.