Peter Truesdale OBE has been helping companies submit the Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) for the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for nineteen years. Here, Richard Hardyment asks him to reflect on what’s changed during that time, and outline his tips for a winning submission in 2018. Let’s start with the history – as we’veContinue reading Nineteen years of DJSI at Corporate Citizenship
44 FTSE 100 companies still yet to report their gender pay gap with TWO working days to go The deadline for UK companies with over 250 employees to report their gender pay gap is Wednesday 4th April 2018. With the UK’s Easter Bank holiday, this leaves just two working days for companies to report. AsContinue reading 44 FTSE 100 companies still yet to report their gender pay gap
Last week, Corporate Citizenship and CSBD hosted a breakfast workshop ‘Getting to grips with climate risk’. With guest Caroline Hill of Landsec, we shared insights and perspectives with our corporates on what implication the new TCFD Recommendations will have on UK company reporting. Following the event, Corporate Citizenship is pleased to share our Briefing Note “NavigatingContinue reading TCFD Recommendations Briefing Note
This year Singaporean listed companies are expected to publish a sustainability report, under Singapore Exchange’s (SGX) Sustainability Reporting Guide. For many it will be a first and I can’t help but wonder if everyone is ready. A year and a half ago I wrote a short blog for companies getting started on their reporting journey. It offeredContinue reading Sustainability reporting in Singapore…ready or not, it is here!
In case you missed it, the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) hosted an event last week on 27th February titled “Connecting Investors and Companies” on the topic of sustainability and ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) reporting. The event was well attended by investors, lenders and listed companies. Here are our top 5 takeaways from the event:Continue reading What you need to know about SGX Sustainability Reporting Guide
Concluding our week long celebration of International Women’s Day, we feature our consultant Cathy Moscardini. What does International Women’s Day mean to you? IWD is a celebration of the progress women have made over the last 100 years, and a recognition of the way we have to go. It’s obviously amazing to see schools,Continue reading #IWD2018 – Part 6 – Cathy Moscardini
Today’s double instalment for International Women’s Day features our LBG Client Manager Celia Fowler: What does International Women’s Day mean to you? To me, International Women’s Day is a day of celebrating the achievements of women throughout history (especially in the face of adversity) whether that be social, political, environmental or other. Conversely, it’sContinue reading #IWD2018: Part 5 – Celia Fowler
In our latest instalment for International Women’s Day, we interview our senior consultant, Nana Guar: What does International Women’s Day mean to you? IWD is recognition of women’s contribution to society and a reminder to the world that we really do matter. It’s reaffirming that women deserve the same opportunities and rights that manyContinue reading #IWD2018: Part 4 – Nana Guar