Increased Expectations
Evolving Business Models

Companies must adapt their business models to accommodate long-term value creation that is beneficial.

The guide discusses the significance of leadership and direction in sustainability initiatives, as well as the growing legal and regulatory duties directors confront in this area, using a pragmatic approach. It is designed for boards of publicly traded and privately held companies, particularly those run by business owners or entrepreneurs from families.

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The business is firmly committed to sustainability

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A strong sustainability culture across the entire organisation

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An organisation that is stakeholder oriented.

Journey Features

Tthe essential ingredients for a sustainable board and leadership team.

Purpose led

Purpose led businesses are set on a path to achieving their goals.

Learning approach

A learning approach is always fruitful in business.


Transparency in reporting


What are the impediments to long-term finance?

Physical risk from climate change, the "Tragedy of the Horizon" (a mismatch between short-term financial decisions and long-term effects of climate change), systemic risk, business-unit specific risk (special to home loans), and reputational risk were among them.

What does the future of sustainable finance look like?

The level of sustainable finance will only rise. According to Bloomberg, the total value of ESG investments is on course to hit $53 trillion by 2025, accounting for more than a third of all worldwide assets.

What are the performance targets for sustainability?

Sustainability Performance Targets are measurable improvements in key performance indicators to which issuers commit within a set time frame. SPTs should be ambitious, significant, benchmarked where possible, and aligned with an issuer's overall sustainability/ESG strategy.