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Stakeholders - from regulators and investors to clients and the general public - are looking more and more critically at the ESG indicators and disclosures of companies and organisations. They want credible, comprehensible and comparable data on which to base their opinions and decisions. To meet these expectations, more should be done than just complying with mandatory requirements.

Moreover, expectations of ESG reporting are constantly changing, and the form in which data is published is rarely uniformly specified. The range of ESG metrics and disclosure requirements used is wide and varies by sector, company size, complexity and location.

Companies' performance is assessed against a variety of different indices, values and benchmarks. How can you clearly communicate what you are doing in key ESG areas? What should your ESG disclosures include? 

On this page you will find relevant information for companies.

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