How to help your clients with ESG reporting

Written by Ian Wylie Monday 15 April 2024
Companies need to work out how to develop their ESG reporting in the most efficient and effective way possible – here’s how to help your clients
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Many UK chief executives will have breathed a sigh of relief earlier this year when the European Parliament delayed environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting requirements that would have applied to large non-EU businesses operating in EU countries.

But the momentum for greater corporate ESG transparency and reporting is unlikely to slow. 

UK-registered companies with more than 500 employees or £500m in annual revenue must already complete annual sustainability and climate-related disclosure reporting, based on the framework of the G20’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures. 

British finance firms will need to start complying with Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR) from May 2024.

Read on: why companies need to clarify their aims on ESG reporting


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