Practice Group: Sustainable Finance


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Always understanding what’s important to each of our stakeholders is fundamental to our understanding of what’s new, what’s around the corner, and what we need to do to satisfy all expectations better than our competitors:

  • What have we learned from our recent materiality assessments?
  • Have we detected any new trends, risks, or opportunities?
  • Are we acting on what we are learning?
  • Is the data we’re gathering reliable?

To be completed

Capitals @ Risk

The growth in intangible assets attributable to total enterprise value means that company health and prospects are no longer determined through the financial lens alone. In addition, Single and Double materiality require that companies distinguish between Impact (Environmental & Societal) Materiality and Financial. We will therefore develop taxonomies and thereafter tag and monitor impacts across capitals in a reliable and coherent way. We need to:

  • Review our industry perspective on: Integrated capitals (Finance, Natural, Manufactured, Social & Relationship, IP, Human) a cornerstone of Integrated Reporting’ <IR> developed by the International Integrated Reporting Council which is now part of the IFRS Value Reporting Foundation, and The Capitals Coalition,
  • Determine our position,
  • Develop an approach to the capital impacts and the nature of those impacts,
  • Their influence on performance over the longer term.

To be completed

Martin Rich

Executive Director, Future-Fit Foundation

Member of the Advisory Committee

Martin is a sustainable investment specialist with over 20 years experience in mainstream and impact finance, working for JP Morgan, HSBC, UBS and Social Finance Ltd.

This journey eventually led him to co-found Future-Fit Foundation, a non-profit that develops open-source tools to help business transform and flourish in the 21st century.

He holds an MA and MEng with Distinction in Engineering from Cambridge University.

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