But who benefits from these investments and how much? Do companies fully understand the value of their investments?
This paper aims to help those involved in social investment overcome some of the challenges to measuring and reporting on social programs.
KPMG presents research into reporting of social investment by 100 of the world’s largest companies and their associated foundations.
- Large companies and their foundations, on average, make social investments equivalent to 2.5 percent of their pre-tax profits every year.
- Many companies face challenges in accurately assessing the difference these investments are making on the ground.
- A framework to help companies improve measurement and reporting processes.