Embracing sustainability in Corporate Reporting
From left to right: Kesaven Moothoosamy (Atlantic Leaf Properties Limited), Ali Jamaloodeen (Anglo African Ltd), Gilbert Gnany (MCB Group Limited), Jérôme de Chasteauneuf (CIEL Group), Jérôme Katz (The Mauritius Union Assurance Cy. Ltd), Jan Boullé (IBL Ltd), Stéphane Ulcoq (The United Basalt Products Limited), Eric Cotry (Rogers and Company Limited) and Désiré Elliah & Vishnee Sowamber (Lux Island Resorts Ltd)
The 21st edition of the Corporate Reporting Awards ceremony happened on Thursday 21 March 2019.
Discover the nominees and awardees who went beyond the minimum reporting requirements and used the Integrated Reporting <IR> framework.
It is a trend gathering pace worldwide and Mauritius is no exception. All stakeholders, including investors, have not been getting what they expected from an annual report. Just looking at the past, in a world that is moving so quickly, is not sufficient anymore.
We can help you on your journey.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the blueprint to build a better sustainable future for everyone. They address global challenges that go far beyond poverty, hunger and education. The objective is to have a collaborative approach to achieve these goals by 2030, so that no one is left behind.
The SDGs are important as they are the foundation of the path towards a sustainable world focused on altruism. For businesses, they mean adopting a new approach to creating value while protecting people, nature and strengthening trust.
Do you know all 17 SDGs? Watch this video.
Partner, PwC Mauritius
Tel: +230 404 5145
Associate Director, PwC Mauritius
Tel: +230 404 5210
Senior Manager, Clients and Markets Development, PwC Mauritius
Tel: +230 4045029