• Service: Advisory
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 2/15/2011

Articulating the value of Sustainability to investors 

The financial crisis has changed the way mainstream investors think about long-term value creation and has renewed their attention towards corporate responsibility and behaviour. Although the majority of public companies issue Sustainability reports, there is a general consensus that companies are not communicating effectively with a broader set of mainstream investors on Environmental Social & Governance (ESG) factors.


In this edition of Sustainable Insight we explore the emerging trends within the investment community and determine the implications for businesses in terms of how they manage ESG factors and communicate to investors.

Articulating the value
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