Prepare for disclosure

The sustainability reporting landscape is complex and continues to evolve at pace. New regulatory frameworks and voluntary disclosure standards, coupled with heightened stakeholder scrutiny, have increased demand for transparency. Robust reporting not only ensures compliance, but cements an authentic approach to sustainability; building trust in society as we tackle some of today’s biggest challenges.

Understanding which of these regulations and disclosure standards apply at entity and financial product level in the Channel Islands context can be challenging. We understand how the complexities of the global regulatory landscape downscale to the Channel Islands context, and can help you understand which apply directly, which might impact your value chains, and which are broader signals of the direction of travel and international best practice.

This will support you in enabling your business to respond to regulatory demands and best practice in disclosures in the most efficient way; ensuring interoperability with and across different target markets and clients and that your organisation complies with what’s appropriate, at the right point in time.

Our reporting experience spans over 30 years, differentiated by our data-driven, agile approach, we’re committed to delivering value. We’re a long-term delivery partner focused on moving your ambition into action. Leaders acting now will gain competitive advantage and be more fleet-of-foot with new opportunities, while showcasing their commitment to people and planet.


The intention behind the Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) framework is to provide investors, banks, and other financial institutions with more detailed information about climate-related risks and opportunities.

The framework is designed to show how climate risks may impact financial performance and promote thorough risk assessment and informed decision making. Our team aligns closely to this framework, publishing best practice advice each year to ensure companies unlock value and understanding through their reporting strategy.


Applicable to all companies listed on EU-regulated markets, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) marks a significant step change in sustainability reporting, with more companies than ever falling within scope of the requirements.

The CSRD requires considered baselining and target setting, and therefore strategic direction is essential, as companies must report against targets. More than ever, a long-term approach to sustainability reporting is vital in creating transparency, whilst transforming operations to align with net zero ambitions.


The ISSB aims to deliver a global baseline of sustainability-related disclosure standards, focused on the needs of investors. The disclosures will provide them with information about companies’ sustainability-related risks and opportunities, to support informed decision making and build trust in the market.

Disclosure requirements include information about exposure to climate-related risks and how this could impact future cash flows, as well as the governance processes in place and climate-related scenario analysis.

We can help you:

Understand the reporting and regulatory landscape, and tune-in to wider stakeholder needs, to develop a reporting approach that builds trust, informs and reflects wider organisational strategy in an authentic and coherent way and ultimately drives positive change and impact.


We are seeing increasing mandatory regulatory reporting and disclosure requirements. Organisations acting now are already addressing the implications and aligning their processes, with immediate action able to unlock long-term growth. Our technology-led approach provides initial scoping and gap analysis to prepare you for change. In getting ahead of requirements now and identifying gaps, you can unlock a first mover advantage against competitors.


When it comes to responding to regulatory requirements, we offer an approach that is bespoke to you. We design “future fit” sustainability reporting readiness programmes that align with the specific needs of your organisation. Through risk management processes, data modelling and technology implementation plans, we deliver real, actionable value at speed. You’ll be able to produce high quality reporting with confidence, knowing that you are ready to adapt and react to upcoming regulation and stakeholder expectations. With peace of mind and a realm of data at your fingertips, reporting and governance becomes an opportunity to unlock value.


The wider benefits of sustainability reporting are best realised through an always-on approach. Our experts provide ongoing support, ready to react to changing regulation or areas of concern. We’ll ensure your people are upskilled and bought into the process, accelerating your progress and ensuring seamless integration. Our approach empowers you to deliver high-quality reporting, consistently - and as your sustainability ambitions evolve, we’ll ensure your disclosures inform and evolve with you. You’ll not only earn the trust of your stakeholders, but you’ll retain it as we navigate the changing requirements ahead.

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Tori Davis

Tori Davis

Advisory Senior Manager, Sustainability, PwC Channel Islands

Tel: +44 7797 911714