Environmental, Social, and Governance issues impact businesses and companies of all sizes across a variety of industries. Companies are increasingly making statements to demonstrate the long-term value they provide to various stakeholders including investors and consumers.
Statements from such companies regarding their ESG goals and achievements are attracting increased scrutiny from stakeholders and regulators alike.
The Board of Directors and Management of companies are responsible for ensuring the accuracy and adequacy of these ESG reporting requirements and disclosures, helping to identify new opportunities and manage long-term investment risks.
Whether your business has an ESG program in place or is in the process of developing an ESG strategy, or if you are a Board Member, Head of Sustainability, or Finance personnel in charge of ESG initiatives at your company, our team will provide you the guidance to confidently move forward with your ESG journey.
Centri’s expert team of consultants offers a range of ESG services that are tailored to your needs at the moment and in the future:
Mihir Jhaveri, Managing Director, Risk Advisory Practice Leader
Anupam Goradia, Director, Risk Advisory & ESG
Please contact us to explore how our expertise aligns with the specific advisory needs of your company.
In this article, we will discuss how an Internal Audit (IA) function can assist the Board and ESG program managers in accomplishing its business objectives and managing risks associated with ESG strategy and implementation.
Using a framework is essential to provide a comparative benchmarking against its peers. Currently, there is limited regulatory guidance, and hence a number of volunteer reporting frameworks for ESG have evolved over the years.
A company’s board that intends to engage in ESG reporting needs to adopt several measures, from commitment of resources to reviewing and approving reporting. Here are key considerations for Board Members.