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Archive by category: ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance)Return
October 2022
How far can public sector jurisdictions account for the natural resources that contribute so much to their societies and economies?
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August 2022
Last month, I shared an article on what ESG is not, moved by an agitating sensation that strangely unrelated activities were being labelled ‘ESG’ in error. Here, I take a stab at the most important things that ESG is.
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July 2022
Public financial management (PFM) covers a wide range of public expenditure on services and goods. Resources are always constrained and so decisions are needed about priority objectives that consider the needs of everyone, so that they are allocated equally and fairly.
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I recently penned a piece on the conspicuous rise in ESG ‘experts’, evaluating the claims to expertise I see springing up all over LinkedIn.
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June 2022
Have you begun to consider how Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues affect your business or organization? Have your investors or other stakeholders begun to request information on how to manage ESG issues and mitigate ESG risk?
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Along with the increase of Assets Under Management (AUM) committed to ESG funds and ESG investments, a most conspicuous and unexpected caravan of ESG experts have arrived to help guide the way.
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IASeminars faculty member, Jerad Dias, explores the importance of accountants adapting to change.
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May 2022
This year as we resume, and indeed expand, our schedule of face-to-face courses, we are delighted to add the wonderful city of Copenhagen to our itinerary.
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April 2022
In November of 2021, during COP26, the IFRS Foundation announced the creation of the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB), to help meet the growing demand for high quality, transparent, comparable Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting.
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March 2022
For many decades, we have embraced a model of corporate reporting and disclosure that considers the risks that a company faces, how it will mitigate and adapt to those risks, and what metrics are most important and meaningful to the company’s bottom line.
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