Deloitte Vietnam in "Top 10 Most Sustainable Businesses in Vietnam"
Deloitte Vietnam has been ranked among the "Top 10 Most Sustainable Businesses in Vietnam" in the trade-service sector for the second consecutive year.
HANOI, 18 December 2017 — Deloitte Vietnam has been ranked among the “Top 10 Most Sustainable Businesses in Vietnam” in the trade-service sector for the second consecutive year. The ranking was announced at a recent ceremony, and Deloitte Vietnam is the only organisation operating in the professional services industry that received this meaningful award.
The Ceremony was hosted by the Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development (VBCSD) in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE), and the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL) as well as the State Securities Commission (SSC).
The evaluation and ranking are based on the Corporate Sustainability Index (CSI), which is derived from economic, social and environmental activities and efforts. The CSI deeply reflects the business’s credibility, its ability to attract talents, its operation process, its potential for future development, and sits ocial and environmental responsibilities.
After a thorough evaluation process, the Rating Board selected the top 100 businesses with the most methodical operation and sustainable development strategies in 2017. Within which, Deloitte Vietnam ranks as one of the top 10 most sustainable businesses in Vietnam in trade-service sector.
On this occasion, Madam Ha Thu Thanh, Chairwoman of Deloitte Vietnam shared: “In the coming times, we are committed to contribute more towards the national economic growth target and build more sustainable values in Vietnam – within the business community (including our clients and partners), the natural environment and among member of society. We take this very seriously as this is the core value of Deloitte Vietnam that aligns with the nation’s more than 26 years of development, and also Deloitte globally in its position as the world’s largest professional services network with a history that spans almost 180 years.”
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