Who is concerned by ESG?
Actually, sustainability dominates the agenda across all sectors. Listed and non-listed companies, non-profit organisations, public entities and directors themselves are increasingly being held responsible by investors, business partners, customers, consumers and regulators for their ESG impact.
It is therefore crucial for all entities to integrate ESG criteria et obligations into their behaviours, codes of conduct, policies and procedures.
Global assistance in ESG
Simont Braun assists clients with the identification, analysis and integration of ESG concerns and priorities at all levels.
We work together with our clients to develop adapted ESG and sector-focused strategies that safeguard their corporate reputation and improve their corporate culture. We also focus on the ESG challenges faced by operators in the financial sector (impact finance), by listed companies and public entities.
Various new regulations on sustainability
ESG issues must now be taken into account when determining and implementing the company’s strategy and profile. Alongside spontaneous initiatives from enterprises, the ESG regulatory landscape is evolving rapidly, creating new obligations for all types of companies.
Regarding more particularly environmental impact, the EU adopted far-reaching reforms to ensure that companies play a significant part in achieving the Paris Agreement and Green Deal sustainability goals. Various European legal texts are also in the pipeline, such as the NFRD, CSRD, EU Taxonomy, SFDR….
Our dedicated team closely follows the evolution of these regulations and provides advice in connection thereto.