Why Corporates / Industries should work on ESG ?

Investment in ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) factors can contribute to long-term financial performance and sustainability for companies in several ways:

Unlocking Long-Term Financial Performance:
  • Investment in ESG factors contributes to sustainable growth and financial stability.
  • Enhances long-term profitability and ensures business sustainability.
Cost Savings:
  • Addresses ESG-related risks and reduces potential financial impacts.
  • Protects against climate change risks, reputational damage, and legal liabilities.
Access to Capital:
  • Strong ESG performance attracts socially responsible investors.
  • Demonstrating sustainability practices enhances capital access.
Competitive Advantage:
  • Differentiates from competitors through sustainable practices.
  • Attracts environmentally conscious consumers.
  • Strengthens brand reputation, leading to increased market share.
Innovation and Resilience:
  • Sustainable investments drive innovation and open new market opportunities.
  • Enhances resilience to changing regulations and consumer preferences.
Stakeholder Engagement:
  • Demonstrates commitment to ESG and sustainability.
  • Improves relationships with customers, employees, communities, and regulators.
  • Fosters trust, goodwill, and long-term partnerships.

Why ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) ?

Implementing ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) strategies effectively can combat increasing operating expenses such as raw-material costs, water, and carbon, which, according to recent studies, can impact operating profits by up to 60%.

Companies included in Fortune's "100 Best Companies to Work For" list generated stock returns that were 2.3% to 3.8% higher than their peers annually over a period exceeding 25 years.

More than 70% of consumers, across multiple industries, are willing to pay an extra 5% for a green product, provided it maintains the same performance standards as its non-green equivalent.

A personal care product company realized €1 billion in cost savings through eco-efficiency programs, primarily via reduced energy, water, and waste costs.

Finland's food company now earns over two-thirds of its profits from renewable fuels and sustainability-related products.

Since launching its "pollution prevention pays" program in 1975, the conglomerate has saved $2.2 billion .

A major water utility achieved almost $180 million per year in cost savings through lean initiatives aimed at enhancing preventive maintenance and energy consumption.

A transport company decreased its fuel consumption by over 50 million gallons by converting 20% of its 35,000-vehicle fleet to electric or hybrid engines.

Prioritizing ESG and sustainability brings upfront costs but offers long-term benefits, positioning companies for sustainable growth, resilience, and enhanced competitiveness in a rapidly evolving business landscape.

What are E, S & G ?


Your influence on the planet

  • Climate change
  • Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
  • Natural resource depletion
  • Waste and pollution
  • Deforestation
  • Hazardous materials
  • Biodiversity

Our dedication to the well-being of future generations



Your role in supporting and benefiting local communities

  • Working conditions, including slavery and child labor
  • Impact on local communities
  • Conflict regions
  • Health and Safety
  • Employee relations and diversity
  • Product mis-selling
  • Data protection


How you manage your company

  • Executive pay
  • Bribery and corruption
  • Political lobbying and donations
  • Board diversity and structure
  • Tax strategy
  • Data breaches

Our understanding of authorization for company operations

Reach Out