Non-financial reporting

Since non-financial reporting has been required, assurance has received more attention in order to boost public trust in an organisation's reporting.

While external assurance is still optional in the UK, more organisations are giving their ESG disclosures independent assurance.  Growing investor needs for more transparency and a rising sustainable financing industry are what are driving this (bonds, loans, facilities).

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Inform Progress

Keep stakeholders updated on the status of the goals you've set.

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Increase the transparency of corporate responsibility and sustainability disclosures.

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Give management and others in charge of governance peace of mind regarding the calibre of the information delivered.

Assurance Features

We have put in place quality control procedures that allow us to guarantee compliance with global standards. ​

Sustainability Reports

Reports on corporate responsibility or sustainability, with performance information, statistics, goals, etc.

Adherence to Principles

Adherence to moral norms or codes of conduct as established by internal or external standards. ​


Ccontacts with specific stakeholders or the board that provide ESG information ​


What advantages does assurance offer?

- A closer examination of a company through the perspective of a knowledgeable businessperson.
- Assures users that the data being given to them is trustworthy.
- Increases the legitimacy of business reporting procedures.
- Aids in the management and operation of the company.

Why do I require assurance services?

Businesses utilise assurance services to improve the information they provide to the market and their investors' value, relevance, and transparency. Risk evaluations, company performance, information system dependability, e-commerce, and healthcare performance can all benefit from assurance services.

What crucial ideas underlie assurance services?

Assurance services raise the calibre of data to enable wiser decision-making. Relationship, subject matter, criteria, evidence, and conclusion are the five main parts of assurance.