ESG due diligence is increasingly front-loaded, seeking to understand strategic risks and opportunities at an early stage.
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ESG due diligence has traditionally focused on risk factors, aiming to ensure legal compliance and identify red flags. While these are still important factors, ESG due diligence is increasingly used to front-load the ownership period, seeking to understand strategic opportunities at an early stage.
Topics discussed include:
- Identifying risk through double materiality
- Opportunity and value adding approach, leveraging towards an exit strategy
- A need to tailor your approach beyond impact. ESG due diligence trends (e.g., Net Zero, SFDR art. 9, EU taxonomy)
- Case study examples
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