The way in which organizations account for their role in society is changing rapidly. The demand from stakeholders for information, both financial and non-financial, is increasing considerably. More and more organizations understand this and account for their conduct in an integrated report, sustainability report, CO2 emission reports, and other types of reports. It is crucial that organizations can demonstrate that the information is reliable and therefore credible.
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By having your non-financial information checked, you demonstrably provide your stakeholders with reliable non-financial information. This not only involves numerical information, but also the way in which you provide insight into your value creation in the long term. How do you translate your company strategy into policy and presentations? Is there sufficient balance in reporting on the positive and negative impact of your organization on societal challenges, such as climate change, resource scarcity and urbanization? In short: how do you show that your report is reliable and therefore credible?
The members of our multidisciplinary teams each have their own expertise. From reporting and assurance to biodiversity, energy and climate change, culture and behaviour, ethical business, ESG in asset management and dealing with stakeholders. Together with you, they discuss the issues that are specifically relevant within your organization. For example, you would like to:
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