Nonfinancial and integrated reporting

The importance of nonfinancial performance is increasing in regulatory requirements, supply chain practices and investment decisions.

There is an increased interest in nonfinancial reporting on the part of investment professionals, with environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosures contributing more to decision-making. ESG analysis provides an additional lens for reviewing and evaluating companies and assets. These factors help in identifying new opportunities and managing long-term investment risks, ultimately avoiding poor performance that can result from weak ESG practices.

Even those who remain skeptical understand that reputational and environmental risks can impact the bottom line. So from a business perspective, reporting on nonfinancial and ESG activities is important to help strengthen your corporate reputation with customers. Use our insights below to learn more and plan your next steps.

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