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ESG Perspectives

A 360° view of key ESG issues and opportunities for corporates in 2022.

What does ESG really mean for corporates in 2022? We have teamed up with leading ESG advisors at Hogan Lovells, Georgeson and Kekst CNC to draw together our insights in a guide that provides a 360° response to this question, and to help clients respond holistically to the ESG issues and opportunities they currently face.

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations are increasingly central to every aspect of the corporate ecosystem. We are a specialist provider of sustainability advisory, reporting and investment services, with particular experience helping clients with ESG-related disclosures.

As regulatory requirements increase in line with consumer and investor demand, companies’ boards, employees and other stakeholders are rapidly moving ESG issues to the heart of their strategic decision-making. And to inform and successfully implement those decisions, companies increasingly require ESG advice which helps draw together the numerous different strands into a coherent and consistent whole.

In this emerging space, we have teamed up with leading ESG advisors in order to help you respond holistically to the ESG issues and opportunities facing them in 2022:

  • Hogan Lovells is a global law firm, providing innovative, cross-practice advice as ESG Counsel to clients across all industry sectors.
  • Georgeson empowers companies and investors to influence corporate strategy globally through advice and representation for annual meetings, mergers, acquisitions, hostile and extraordinary events and ESG advisory.
  • Kekst CNC is a leading international strategic communications consultancy with deep expertise in sustainability and ESG.

ESG Perspectives

Our guide draws together insights from each of us in order to provide a 360° response to the question of what environmental, social, and governance really means for corporates in 2022.

If you would like our support on your ESG strategy, please get in touch with one of the contacts listed in the guide, or your usual Cardano contact.