In this episode, John DeRose, EY US Nonfinancial Reporting Leader, and Jeff Hales, Chair of the SASB Standards Board, join Chris Hagler to discuss the benefits of SASB Standards.
John DeRose, EY US Nonfinancial Reporting Leader, and Jeff Hales, Chair of the SASB Standards Board, discuss the benefits of SASB Standards.
What types of metrics do stakeholders and investors want to know? In episode three of Sustainability Matters John DeRose, EY US Nonfinancial Reporting Leader, and Jeff Hales, Chair of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Standards Board, join podcast host Chris Hagler to discuss how companies can meet market reporting and disclosure demands by using the SASB Standards.
“There is no denying, nonfinancial disclosures are garnering greater attention as investors, asset managers and other stakeholders seek to understand an organizations true long-term value.”
Also discussed is how an organization can use the codified SASB Standards to improve their environmental, social and governance issues by monitoring and reporting.
- SASB standards identify industry-specific material ESG issues. They help organizations manage the related risks and opportunities to be run successfully over the long term.
- The use of industry-specific standards can help an organization meet many reporting needs and asks, while providing consistent, comparable, decisive and useful information.
- Investors, asset managers and other key stakeholders are demanding and using ESG metrics when evaluating and making decisions.
- When planning for the long term, an organization needs to consider, understand and measure ESG metrics.
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Season 1, Episode 3
Duration 29m 32s
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