Corporate governance and sustainable development are taking on key importance at entities of all kinds, in both the business world and the public sector. Against the current global backdrop, successfully addressing these issues helps to inspire market confidence and encourages operators to be more efficient and socially responsible.
We advise boards of directors, helping them understand and negotiate legal obligations, good governance recommendations and emerging trends in relation to sustainability, as well as the most suitable organizational structures and operating procedures to ensure they act with full duty of care.
We provide guidance to companies, investors and asset managers on issues that have social, environmental and corporate governance ramifications.
We help entities improve the transparency of sustainability-related disclosures when complying with their periodic reporting obligations.
We advise on how to mainstream the concepts of purpose and stakeholders into governance models.
We work with clients to define sustainability policies (comprehensive or topic-specific: environment, climate change, social, etc.) and we co-create and apply risk assessment methods and control mechanisms.
With a view to disclosing this information to shareholders and other stakeholders, we analyze the materiality of risks and we support clients in preparing non-financial information statements, CSR reports and more. We keep a close eye on trends in order to identify emerging risks, and we help corporate leaders interpret technical sustainability concepts.