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The Luxembourg practice is part of the CC&S network.
- Implementation of a “Responsible Investing” (RI) strategy and fund set-up
- ESG “Environmental, Social and Governance” Screening and due diligence
- Assurance of your RI methodology and selection process
- Assurance of your RI reports
- Ensure “Environmental, Social and Governance” (ESG) opportunities and risks are factored into marketing and deal negotiation
- Implementation of a “Corporate Social Responsibility” (CSR) strategy
- CSR workshops and trainings (stakeholder and materiality analyses, etc.)
- Assessment of environmental and social risk management
- Optimization of environmental costs of your activities (e.g. sustainable procurement, sustainable IT, sustainable transportation, etc.)
- Environmental Social and Governance “ESG” Performance Measurement & Reporting
- Assurance of CSR reports