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What is
ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. It is a framework used for assessing corporate and portfolio sustainability, encompassing three major aspects: environmental impact, social responsibility, and corporate governance.
ESG criteria are widely accepted in investment decisions and corporate evaluations, encouraging sustainable development and responsible business practices. There is a trend where investors and other stakeholders focus on ESG factors, as these factors become increasingly significant in measuring a company's long-term value and risk management.
Cherish the Earth
Together, we create a greener future
People Oriented
Together, we build a harmonious present
Strengthen Internal Control
Together, we advocate for fairness and justice
is important
A necessary course for investment
An increasing amount of investors, both institutional and inidividual, have incorporated ESG factors into their investment models and decision-making processes. Investors generally believe that those who excel in ESG are more competitive in the long term, leading to higher returns. Additonally, ESG contributes to mitigating long-term risks such as climate change and social issues. ESG has become essential in financing and investor relationship management.
A fundamental course in attracting customers
ESG represents a new paradigm in business ethics. Global consumers are increasingly inclined to support companies that care about environmental and social issues, take on responsibilities, and put them into practice . Outstanding ESG performance significantly enhances brand value, attracts and retains more customers, and contributes to company performance and long-term growth.
A fundamental course in management and compliance
By integrating ESG factors into strategies and operations, companies can more comprehensively assess and manage risks and opportunities, enhancing their competitiveness and sustainability. Companies that focus on ESG can proactively prevent and respond to risks, ensuring business stability. In recent years various countries have implemented ESG regulations and criteria, making ESG information disclosure a mandatory compliance requirement.
How to implement ESG
Strategic planning and organizational structuring
Diagnosis of the status quo of ESG governance and management
Identify and Assess Material ESG Topics
Set ESG Performance Metrics and Targets
Formulate Policies, Processes, and Action Plans
Implementation and regular monitoring
Analyze, Report and Disclose ESG Progress
Integrate ESG into Business Strategy and Execution
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