Finance for the Future Awards 2021
Making an impact on businesses and society alike
Engrained in all our work is our global commitment to being a responsible business and doing what matters most, for our clients, our people and society. As part of this commitment, we are proud to partner with ICAEW and A4S to deliver the Finance for the Future Awards. These international awards promote, recognise and share best practice on the role of accounting for sustainability.
We believe that finance functions have an enviable perspective, with a holistic view of the business, making them pivotal in embedding long-term sustainability.
As a firm, we seek to drive higher standards of governance, it is through all this and more that we support our clients’ success and foster sustainable economic growth and a more prosperous society.
The 2021 awards
Three awards are open to organisations and their finance functions: innovative project; embedding an integrated approach; and communicating integrated thinking. One award is open to investors, financial services and similar organisations: moving financial markets. One award is open to individuals, groups of individuals and organisations: driving change through education, training and academia.
The 2019 award winners
Building sustainable financial products award
- Winner: Ecology Building Society (UK)
- Highly commended: Accounting for Energy (UK)
Communicating integrated thinking award
- Winner: ABN AMRO (Netherlands)
Driving change through education, training and academia award
- Winner: Imperial College Business School Centre for Climate Finance and Investment (UK)
- Highly commended: CSEAR (UK)
Embedding an integrated approach award
- Winner: Tesco plc (UK)
- Highly commended: Stora Enso (Finland)
Innovative project award
- Winner: SteamaCo (UK)
- Highly commended: Hindustan Unilever (India)
Investing and financing award
- Winner: Globalance (Switzerland)
Recognised for showing examples of climate leadership in their entry
- Ecology Building Society (UK)
- Imperial College Business School Centre for Climate Finance and Investment (UK)
- Stora Enso (Finland)