Assistance in developing strategies and business models in line with ESG principles and best practices, as well as due diligence services to ensure compliance
Companies are looking at environmental, social and governance issues as increasingly strategic to their business, considering them in their daily operations. As the world pays more attention to how companies behave, it is imperative to have an effective approach in place. Our team can advise and provide the necessary guidance to incorporate and develop a sustainability framework, aligned with the company's business strategy.
Sustainability is fast becoming a critical component of the business agenda. In the past, sustainability was mainly associated with environmental factors, but today it covers the whole range of ESG issues and is widely seen as having an impact on companies' results and reputation.
A responsible company integrates environmental, social and governance objectives into the business plan, with the aim of creating long-term value for the organisation, its stakeholders and society in general, while sustaining and improving natural resources for future generations. With the growing awareness of ESG issues, many companies have sought to implement and incorporate these principles into their operations. With ESG components covering a wide range of issues, such as climate change, human rights, consumer protection, employee relations and responsible management, it's important to focus on those that matter most to your organisation.
At Mazars we combine extensive knowledge of ESG issues with experience in a variety of sectors to advise and support your needs in developing a path to business sustainability. Our team brings together expertise from across the Mazars universe and works in an integrated and collaborative way, with a focus on customising your service to ensure it is right for your organisation.
Through our collaborative approach, we can help you:
- To formulate a comprehensive stakeholder engagement policy, ensuring the involvement of all interested parties
- Identify and focus on the material topics that are most relevant to your business and matter most to stakeholders, as they relate to economic, environmental and social risks that can affect your business reputation and ability to create value.
- Setting up systems to measure the key performance indicators chosen
- Sustainability diagnostics (ESG)
- Trend analysis
- Materiality analysis
- Sustainable Business Roadmap
- CSRD Gap Analysis
- Social projects
- Due diligence