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What’s your strategic stance toward ESG?
“I believe in financial return and consider ESG a regulatory boundary.”
The corporate strategy serves to maximize shareholder return, and the strategy’s ESG component ensures legal and regulatory compliance.
ESG is integrated into reporting and risk management.
The business is steered on the basis of the minimum regulatory standards.
“I believe that ESG is an important factor influencing the firm’s performance.”
Elements of the corporate strategy need to be assessed frequently in light of the volatile ESG environment.
Responsibility for ESG lies within the business unit or function management.
The business is steered with partial consideration of ESG KPIs.
“I believe that ESG is a part of the firm’s purpose and that it will ensure long-term success.”
The corporate strategy is complemented by ESG aspects across all elements.
Responsibility for ESG is anchored at the board level.
ESG KPIs, including ESG incentive schemes, are incorporated into steering.
“I believe that ESG is my purpose, and, in living that purpose, I maximize sustainability.”
ESG is the true north that defines the corporate strategy.
The CEO is responsible for ESG and steers business practices toward that committed purpose.
The business is steered according to ESG KPIs.
Selecting the partnership structure that fits your objectives
A large and diverse group of stakeholders converges around a single purpose.
A bilateral partnership works together on a focused task.
A confederation of like-minded entities converges around a targeted issue.
Your company engages with an advisor, consultant, or contractor to achieve ESG goals.
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