Non-Financial Reporting/GRI & SDG reporting and Assurance

Thanks to Non-Financial Reporting, you can present your business from a complex perspective that includes a responsible approach towards commerce.

Non-Financial Reporting is considered to be a global common standard in communication for some of the biggest companies in a variety of sectors. This standard focuses on environmental impact and diversity as well as activities impacting communities, employees and other stakeholders. Non-Financial information is regularly published on the internet as a social responsibility report or as part of an annual report.

GRI reporting advisory

Sustainability reporting is a relatively new process, and it can be challenging to routinely report consistent, reliable, and complete data, especially given the increasing number of disclosure requirements, organisations, and awards bodies. This is where we can help by making sure that your organisation’s reporting data is credible and current.

We can help you:
  • identify the right disclosure frameworks to use and design these frameworks to be in line with your sustainability commitments
  • make submissions to sustainability indices and interpret submission questionnaires
  • identify ways to improve your sustainability ranking
  • verify your reporting under best practices
  • identify operational improvements
  • incorporate compliance and opportunity analysis and strategies
  • establish measurable sustainability objectives for financial, operational, and regulatory performance that align with your corporate strategy


Ethical and Sustainability Audits – A company that is concerned about its reputation and wants to be presented as socially responsible should ensure that its business partners share the same values and commitments. We perform independent audits for our clients to confirm that their business partners are in compliance with established Sustainability Requirements or Ethical Codes of Conduct.


PwC’s TCFD & Scenario Analysis Service  Companies are not sufficiently disclosing the impacts of climate change to their strategy, businesses and financial plans. There are two major risks by overlooking these effects: Transition risks such as climate policy (e.g. carbon taxes) or technological shifts (e.g. the rise of electric vehicles) can impact demand and supply costs; and Physical risks such as the impact of more frequent/extreme weather events on assets, operations or supply chains.

PwC offers different types of services: TCFD readiness assessment, the identification of material climate risks, advice on scenario analysis, the integration of climate-related risks into strategy and the risk management structure, the development of efficient reporting, and more.


Pavel Štefek

Pavel Štefek

Partner, Risk Assurance, PwC Czech Republic

Tel: +420 251 152 400

Radka Nedvědová

Radka Nedvědová

Sustainability Reporting, PwC Czech Republic

Tel: +420 251 152 029

Markéta Jechová

Markéta Jechová

Consulting, PwC Czech Republic

Tel: +420 724 100 677

Ondřej Rybka

Ondřej Rybka

Assurance Services, PwC Czech Republic

Tel: +420 731 588 122

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