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EY - Thumbnail - Why should I trust you?

Why should I trust you?

The future of work will require us to think about Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) in different ways. It demands us to rethink our existing models and their application. Even a non-traditional work environment builds on the traditional values and concepts. Trust is one of those values that is of increasing importance.

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EY - Accounting for climate change

Accounting for climate change

Globally, investors and shareholders have raised concerns about the lack of forward-looking assessments of climate-related issues. In response, the FSB Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures has produced a series of recommendations to address gaps in the information disclosed on the financial impact of climate risk. This publication is a step-by-step guide to implementing the recommendations.

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Continue the conversation: Doug Johnston, Mark Fisher, Youri Lie.


EY - The UK Modern Slavery Act 2015

The UK Modern Slavery Act 2015

Businesses face increasing pressure to tackle the crisis of modern slavery head-on as awareness grows and consumers demand more responsibility from their preferred brands. In this briefing document we set out the provision’s requirements, and how companies should respond.

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Continue the conversation: Doug Johnston, Anna Jakobsen, Caitrin O’Brien.


EY - Is your non-financial performance revealing the true value of your business to investors?

Is your non-financial performance revealing the true value of your business to investors?

Greater numbers of investors than ever now believe assessing non-financial risk and opportunity is critical to investment performance. This report presents viewpoints of over 320 global institutional investors on non-financial reporting and the role Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) analysis plays in their investment decision making.

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Continue the conversation: Doug Johnston, Barend van Bergen, Mark Fisher


EY - Linking strategy, purpose and value

Linking strategy, purpose and value

For a growing number of business stakeholders, traditional reporting models are being challenged to keep pace with a 21st century redefinition of value and a growing desire to see beyond conventional financial data. A broader definition of value is taking hold.

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Continue the conversation: Jeremy Osborn


EY - Sustainable investing – How the millennial generation invests its wealth

Sustainable investing – How the millennial generation invests its wealth

Wealth and asset managers have seen a significant influx of client funds flow into sustainable investments. This growth is being driven, in part, by millennials who prefer to invest in alignment with personal values. As a result, fund managers are increasingly allocating resources to develop products and capture this emerging client segment.

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Continue the conversation: Mark Fisher, Youri Lie


EY - The changing identity of ESG in Private Equity

The changing identity of ESG in Private Equity

The identity of ESG in Private Equity is changing from something that was not defined to something that funds can really make money with. That progress has been about the ability to draw a business case between ESG interventions and business outcomes. EY was a supporter of the Private Equity ESG Summit hosted by PrivCap.

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Continue the conversation: Simon Abrams


EY - Turning up the heat on climate-related reporting

Turning up the heat on climate-related reporting

Former Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Schapiro and Unilever CFO Graeme Pitkethly – two key members of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures – talk about reporting the effects of climate change, the need for a voluntary approach, and how a new framework could help.

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Continue the conversation: Doug Johnston


EY - Climate change: the investment perspective

Climate change: the investment perspective

Impacting all sectors, climate-related risks are too far-reaching for financial institutions to avoid. Find out more about the actions needed to address them.

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Continue the conversation: Christina Larkin


EY - COP21 and the Paris Agreement: what it means for UK businesses

COP21 and the Paris Agreement: what it means for UK businesses

The international agreement reached at the Paris Conference of Parties (COP21) marks a significant inflection point in global action on climate change. Read our policy update, which includes our view on the agreement.

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Continue the conversation: Christina Larkin