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Sustainability reporting and KPI services
ESG and other non-financial reporting and assurance
To meet stakeholders’ growing need for information, companies are increasingly disclosing non-financial key performance indicators (KPIs) such as sustainability—i.e., environmental, social, and governance (ESG); and more. Our services help companies go beyond traditional financial reporting to deliver a more holistic view of corporate performance.
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Telling your sustainability story
The pace of societal change and environmental impact has increased dramatically and companies are experiencing the financial and economic impacts of changing stakeholder expectations. As a result, if sustainability issues are not effectively managed, they may have a negative impact on a company's operational performance and resilience.
A closer look at non-financial reporting
Companies are now operating in a hyper-transparent world where environmental or social vulnerabilities can surface rapidly—and directly impact corporate performance. Against this backdrop, transparency can be a tool to promote resilience and adaptability when a disruptive environmental or social event occurs.
We help our clients embrace transparency and deliver the information stakeholders need to make decisions. We offer comprehensive enterprise risk, strategy, and disclosure services—from risk assessment through assurance—and proven solutions for specific KPIs, such as climate risk and scenario planning; environmental, health, and safety (EHS); and sustainable supply chain.
Wherever you are on the sustainability spectrum, we can tailor our approach to help you prioritize, integrate, and deliver the non-financial reporting insight that promotes stakeholder trust and value.
Podcast: ESG Investment Boom Spotlights Corporate Disclosure
Kristen Sullivan, Audit & Assurance partner serving as the Sustainability and KPI services leader, was recently interviewed on Bloomberg’s Talking Tax podcast to discuss corporate sustainability reporting and other non-financial reporting. It’s a major theme for a burgeoning number of investors: concern for sustainability and social values as drivers of financial decisions. That means boom time for ESG investing—driven by examination of businesses’ environmental, social, and governance positions. Companies are disclosing more and more about their environmental footprints, how they treat their employees, how their leadership operates, and more. The information, which is beginning to appear in mainstream financial reports like 10-Ks, may help stakeholders assess a company’s long-term resilience and value.
GRI certified training courses
As a certified training partner by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Deloitte offers certified training courses in the United States to help participants understand and manage the GRI sustainability reporting process. Learn more and sign up.
Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)
The SASB standards serve as a foundation for reporting the non-financial information investors are increasingly looking for, in addition to financial information, when making investment decisions. Companies should consider what non-financial information they report and whether it meets investor needs. We encourage companies to review the SASB standards for their applicable sector and industry to understand where they may not be reporting relevant non-financial information and contact us with questions.
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The services described herein are illustrative in nature and are intended to demonstrate our experience and capabilities in these areas; however, due to independence restrictions that may apply to audit clients (including affiliates) of Deloitte & Touche LLP, we may be unable to provide certain services based on individual facts and circumstances.
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Understanding the market opportunity for sustainable supply chain tools